Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with check up on:

3 syllables:
began an,
devil an,
era when,
where helen,
where russian,
began when,
bread ovens,
care laden,
cette facon,
credit ass'n,
cresta run,
debt laden,
faire appel,
feral man,
fresh mutton,
fresh russian,
friend allan,
friend helen,
jedoch schon,
leben und,
level can,
level when,
metal lunch,
pecan nut,
pellet gun,
pledge button,
press baton,
press button,
session man,
seven men,
share button,
smell bacon,
special lunch,
tells helen,
waren schon,
where sudden,
zemah duran,
stickup man,
air command,
dread command,
dressed couple,
fair comment,
fetch command,
metal punch,
netsh command,
press command,
press comment

4 syllables:
develop an,
expresses an,
possesses an,
developed an,
develops an,
develop in,
stella bowen,
whereby an,
accepted an,
access button,
areca nut,
betty hutton,
compel assent,
develop as,
excess cement,
express assent,
expression can,
marry helen,
metal ion,
palette button,
refresh button,
repel sudden,
requested an,
reset button,
specify an,
suggested an,
whereas an,
access command,
connect button,
direct ascent,
direct russian,
effect button,
eject button,
expect sudden,
expecta tions,
expected when,
express command,
janet coleman,
object button,
palette command,
perfect russian,
project button,
protect russian,
refresh command

5 syllables:
dilemma often,
marcella hazan,
pamela allen,
primarily an,
professor allan,
professor helen,
america can,
develop urban

6 syllables:
necessarily an

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