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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with jugal:

2 syllables:
mew gull,
cmu cl,
ou le,
blue gum,
blue whales,
flue gas,
glue gun,
gnu fdl,
you get,
new ulm,
ou les,
you kill,
blue bell,
blue bull,
blue pill,
boot hill,
dew cell,
due bill,
few well,
few will,
knew full,
knew well,
moot hill,
mute hill,
new bill,
screw shell,
too full,
too well,
too will,
true bill,
view will,
you fill,
you pull,
you sell,
you tell,
you till,
you well,
you will,
crew cut,
few can,
too can,
view can,
you can,
you come,
you cut,
blue buck,
blue duck,
blue leg,
blue pus,
boot up,
booze up,
brew pub,
brewed up,
chewed up,
choose an,
choose as,
choose up,
clued up,
clues as,
cool as,
coop up,
crew chief,
crew was,
du sud,
few but,
few men,
few such,
few young,
food as,
food has,
food on,
fruit on,
fuel up,
goof up,
group as,
group has,
group on,
hu nan,
jew was,
jews as,
knew but,
knew some,
knew then,
knew was,
knew when,
loose on,
lu xun,
moon as,
moon has,
moon on


3 syllables:
roosa oil,
tuna oil,
blew a hole,
pewit gull,
poonga oil,
a true bill,
abuse as,
as soon as,
assume an


4 syllables:
absolute as


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