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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with breakdown:

2 syllables:
shake down,
came down,
chase down,
face down,
gazed down,
have down,
lays down,
nailed down,
page down,
plays down,
straight down,
wave down,
waved down,
breaks down,
laid down,
pay down,
played down,
shakes down,
stay down,
take downs,
trade down,
way down,
said town,
same town,
gray brown,
moray brown,
blake found,
change down,
changed down,
chased down,
drake found,
faced down,
makes sound,
snake found,
snake round,
trains down,
waves down,
may count,
cake pan,
cries down,
drive down,
file down,
lies down,
lived down,
right down,
wind down,
wipe down,
craig brown,
craig found,
craig mound,
faked out,
grain grown,
grape grown,
have grown,
james towne,
maine towns,
maize grown,
quaint towns,
shade grown,
shagged out,
slave grown,
staked out,
strain grown


3 syllables:
away down,
mackay brown,
became crown,
laying down,
playing down,
traded down,
weighing down,
breaking down,
shaking down,
taken down,
taken downe,
taking down,
to take down,
today count,
always grown,
became towns,
layer grown


4 syllables:
japanese towns


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