Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with unawed:

2 syllables:
ben had,
can add,
done had,
man had,
men had,
son had,
sun had,
then add,
then had,
cum laude,
ban of,
can all,
can of,
can or,
chuck called,
den of,
done all,
done of,
done or,
fun of,
gun or,
hen hawk,
lain off,
man all,
man nor,
man of,
man or,
man whore,
men all,
men of,
men or,
non of,
pen of,
pen or,
rag gourd,
ran off,
run all,
run of,
run off,
run or,
scion of,
scrub board,
sion of,
son of,
son or,
spun off,
sun of,
sun or,
ten of,
ten or,
then all,
then of,
then or,
tion of,
ton of,
touch a chord,
touched a chord,
van of,
was hauled,
when all,
when half,
when of,
when or,
man called,
men called,
pearson called,
then called,
when called,
when lord,
sam had,
some had,
some odd,
blood had,
but had,
chief had,
club had,
dutch had,
has had,
judge had,
love had,
much had,
such had,
thus had,
u.s. had,
was had,
was odd,
chief fault,
come all,
come more,
come of

3 syllables:
extra board,
ion of,
urban or,
alice had,
office had,
uncle had,
advice sought,
become all,
become more,
become of

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