Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with downtown:

2 syllables:
ground down,
your town,
brought down,
house down,
howl down,
chow down,
show down,
brown brown,
brown crown,
brown found,
brown round,
browne found,
count out,
crouched down,
crown crown,
crown found,
down round,
grown round,
mount house,
your own,
count brown,
count count,
count found,
count nouns,
counts down,
found towns,
mount brown,
and down,
drawn down,
from town,
gone down,
sand down,
stand down,
cross town,
for town,
or town,
drowned out,
found out,
ground ought,
ground out,
mound house,
pound out,
round house,
round out,
sound house,
sound out,
south downs,
bounce out,
brought round,
brown bought,
brown couch,
brown mouse,
brown south,
cloud round,
crowd found,
crowd round,
doubt found,
doubt sound,
down south,
down your,
house found,
house mound,
house round,
mouse brown,
mouth found,
mouth round,
own mouth,
prowl round,
scout round,
south bound,
south found,
south mound,
south mount,
south round,
south sound

3 syllables:
about town,
around town,
account ought,
amount ought,
on your own,
account found,
amount bound,
amount found,
amount grown,
around towns,
counted down,
our town,
around house,
powder down,
profound doubt,
about sound,
enough ground

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