Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with downtown:

7 letters:
or town

8 letters:
your own,
and down,
for town,
our town

9 letters:
your town,
howl down,
chow down,
show down,
count out,
from town,
gone down,
sand down,
found out,
pound out,
round out,
sound out,
down your,
own mouth

10 letters:
house down,
down round,
drawn down,
stand down,
cross town,
ground out,
bounce out,
down south,
about town

11 letters:
ground down,
brown brown,
brown crown,
brown found,
brown round,
crown crown,
crown found,
grown round,
mount house,
count brown,
count count,
count found,
count nouns,
counts down,
found towns,
mount brown,
drowned out,
mound house,
round house,
sound house,
south downs,
brown couch,
brown mouse,
brown south,
cloud round,
crowd found,
crowd round,
doubt found,
doubt sound,
house found,
house mound,
house round,
mouse brown,
mouth found,
mouth round,
prowl round,
scout round,
south bound,
south found,
south mound,
south mount,
south round,
south sound,
around town,
on your own,
powder down,
about sound

12 letters:
brought down,
browne found,
ground ought,
brown bought,
amount ought,
amount bound,
amount found,
amount grown,
around towns,
counted down,
around house

13 letters:
crouched down,
brought round,
account ought,
account found,
enough ground

14 letters:
profound doubt

Some other possibilities:

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