Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with subjunctive:

2 syllables:
tongue clove,
drunk there,
drunk with,
junk ring,
monk fish,
monks in,
tongue crib,
tongue still,
trunk being,
trunk lid,
trunk there,
trunk which,
young cousin,
young still,
dsm iv,
drunk in,
duct is,
monk in,
monks still,
sucked in,
sunk in,
trunk is,
trunk still,
trunks still,
tucked in,
young king,
young lives,
aidan quinn,
bum steer,
can click,
can climb,
can still,
drum stick,
dumped in,
gem clip,
gum stick,
jumped in,
man still,
men still,
musk deer,
non stick,
parent lives,
punched in,
some still,
then click,
then still,
thumb still

3 syllables:
urban iv,
adjunct which,
conduct his,
conduct in,
conduct is,
conduct it,
haakon iv,
product in,
product is,
become stiff,
become still,
ensconced in,
entrance still,
orange tip,
product lives

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