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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with congo red:

2 syllables:
drunk could,
tongue could,
trunk could,
young could,
dutch gold,
judge gould,
much gold,
tongue rolled,
tongue should,
tongue would,
young should,
young would,
rug gowned,
tongue showed,
young old,
aidan could,
bourbon could,
man could,
men could,
moron could,
pearson could,
peron could,
quorum could,
saigon could,
then could,
thumb could,
when cold,
aidan would,
blood could,
bourbon should,
bourbon would,
brush could,
but could,
chief could,
deuce could,
douglas could,
dutch could,
flood could,
judge could,
man should,
man told,
man would,
men should,
men would,
moron would,
much could,
pearson would,
peron would,
psalm would,
quorum should,
raleigh could,
saigon would,
scion should,
skull could,
sludge could,
some would,
son should,
son would,
squirrel could,
stress could,
stuff could,
sun would,
ten fold,
then should,
then sold,
then told,
then would,
thumb should,
thumb would,
thus could,
was cold,
when should,
when told,
when would


3 syllables:
allan could,
begun could,
added could,
advice could,
alice could,
allan would,
arise could,
arousal could,
asset could,
begun should,
begun would,
office could,
uncle could,
urban would,
added should,
added would,
advice should,
advice would,
alice should,
alice would,
arise should,
arise would,
arousal should,
arousal would,
asset should,
asset would


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