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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with arrangements:

2 syllables:
strange scents,
strange cults,
train parents,
blame parents,
flame fronts,
brain trusts,
eight parents,
grade parents,
phase fronts,
saint cults,
slave parents,
straight parents,
grape musts,
trained parents,
change must,
slave hunts,
whale hunts,
change funds,
change rests,
change shifts,
change tests,
rain prints,
strange gifts,
strange sects,
chain pumps,
eight monks,
phase jumps,
stage pumps,
state shultz


3 syllables:
arrange ments,
became parents,
domain trusts,
engage parents,
female parents,
persuade parents,
today parents,
changes its,
maintain its,
statement is,
divine parents,
exchange funds,
exchange gifts,
exchange lists,
drainage pumps,
exchange assay,
paying parents,
payment is


4 syllables:
arrangement is,
arrangement takes,
engagement is,
japanese parents,
surrogate parents,
arrangement as,
arrangement has,
arrangement whose,
arrangement in,
arrangement of,
arrangement or,
arrangement ought,
replacement is,
arrangement based,
arrangement first,
arrangement helps,
arrangement keeps,
arrangement looks,
arrangement makes,
arrangement meets,
arrangement since,
arrangement suits,
arrangement to,
arrangement works,
engagement takes,
japanese junks,
japanese monks,
remaining monks


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