Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with controlled:

2 syllables:
giant could,
giant should,
giant would,
comte would,
conde would,
art could,
art should,
bronze could,
bronze would,
caste could,
caste should,
caste would,
chart could,
chart should,
chart would,
cost would,
drops rolled,
france could,
france should,
france would,
heart could,
heart should,
heart would,
honour could,
honour should,
honour would,
johns would,
month could,
month should,
month would,
months old,
most would,
once told,
part should,
part would,
rocks rolled,
smart would,
socks rolled,
start could,
start should,
start would,
stopped would,
cart road,
copped hold,
dahl roald,
donne could,
donne would,
fonts should,
giants could,
giants should,
giants would,
john gould,
john would,
martyr would,
month old,
months rolled,
not cold,
not sold,
scott could,
scott should,
scott would,
swann could,
swann would

3 syllables:
vermont could,
vermont should,
vermont would,
respond should,
respond would,
adopt should,
adopt would,
apart could,
apart should,
apart would,
response could,
response should,
response would,
aragon would,
bonnet would,
bronte could,
bronte would,
canaan would,
convoy rolled,
depot could,
depot should,
depot would,
enron could,
enron would,
monet would,
monty could,
monty would,
o'clock rolled,
ponty would,
salon would,
santa could,
santa would,
sonnet would,
tonight could,
tonight should,
tonight would

4 syllables:
gluconate should

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