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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with continued:

2 syllables:
in food,
being viewed,
thing viewed,
fish food,
his food,
is viewed,
smith viewed,
still viewed,
this food,
were viewed,
which food,
with food,
being used,
here used,
if used,
ill used,
in the nude,
in use,
is used,
it used,
skins sewed,
still used,
there used,
were used,
which used,
in. you,
in you,
when food,
when viewed,
being cooled,
being fooled,
being moved,
being ruled,
singh moved,
thing moved,
things viewed,
be in shoes,
chris moved,
cousin louise,
did use,
his huge,
his use,
ill use,
in june,
in luke,
in room,
in rule,
in tune,
is cooled,
is doomed,
is moved,
is ruled,
it moved,
its food,
pin pool,
smith moved,
still moved,
still ruled,
still use,
there loomed,
there moved,
this huge,
this use,
tint tool,
twin room,
were doomed,
were huge,
were moved,
which freud,
which moved,
which ruled,
which use,
will use,
with freud,
with huge,
with use,
men used,
then used,
when used,
being fused,
bring you,
him you,
thing you,
bid you,
binge foods


3 syllables:
finger food,
appear crude,
appear doomed,
appeared doomed,
career moved,
spicy food,
their food,
until cooled,
until freud,
until moved,
orange hued,
asking you


4 syllables:
continue and,
continue at,
continue it


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See continued used in context: 6 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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