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

2 syllables:
chan op,
back ups,
bad as,
had an,
had as,
had done,
had dug,
had hung,
had on,
had us,
hang ups,
mad as,
shall appeare,
smash ups,
and depth,
at depth,
crack depth,
had the hump,
mass. dept.,
snap dump,
stack depth,
trash dump,
hat tip,
at al,
at an,
at as,
at el,
at hull,
at le,
at on,
at ten,
at u.s.,
at us,
cat ice,
fat as,
fat ass,
fat hen,
fat on,
flat as,
flat on,
hat on,
pat on,
rat on,
sat as,
sat on,
that al,
that an,
that as,
that eq,
that has,
that hung,
that on,
that ten,
that u.s.,
what am,
what an,
what has,
what on,
back an,
back as,
back on,
bag on,
bang on,
bash on,
black as,
black ice,
black on,
brash ice,
cap on,
capp, al,
capp al,
cash on,
catch on,
chang an,
clap on,
class as,
class has,
class on,
crack on,
dab on,
drag ass,
drag on,
flag on,
flash on,
glass as,
glass on,
grass on,
hack on,
hang on,
jack ass,
latch on

3 syllables:
abram man,
apache chief,
attack as,
attack on,
attack us,
japan as,
japan has,
japan on

4 syllables:
abraham man

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