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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with round up:

2 syllables:
brown cup,
wound depth,
bound as,
bound on,
found an,
found as,
found on,
found us,
frowned on,
ground as,
ground dove,
ground has,
ground ice,
ground on,
pound on,
sound as,
sound on,
wound on,
brown depths,
grown ups,
snow depth,
own ship,
brown tongue,
count as,
count on,
own tongue,
aus dem,
aus den,
brown lung,
brown was,
brown young,
crown was,
down but,
down some,
down was,
down when,
grown man,
grown men,
grown young,
own but,
own love,
own man,
own men,
own son,
own was,
town gas,
town was,
towns as,
towns on,
and depth,
chan op,
be down on,
bound young,
bounds on,
brown as,
brown lumps,
brown on,
crowd as,
crowd on,
crown as,
crown on,
down an,
down as,
down on,
found but,
found much,
found some,
found such,
found tongue,
found was,
found when,
found young,
frown on,
ground chalk,
ground chuck,
ground doves,
ground nut,
ground was,
ground when,
grounds as


3 syllables:
profound depth,
around an,
around as,
around on,
rebound on,
surround us,
enough depth,
profound depths,
account as,
account has,
account on,
amount as,
amount on,
pronounce on,
around some,
around when,
around young,
compound was,
compounds as


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