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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with far flung:

2 syllables:
carl jung,
harvey young,
heart wrung,
heart young,
large tongue,
large young,
parched tongue,
parte young,
sharp tongue,
sharp young,
smart young,
stark young,
start young,
hart tongue,
heart clung,
heart lungs,
prof. young,
shock lung,
blond young,
blonde young,
caused young,
dogs tongue,
huang tsung,
most young,
scots tongue,
watched young,
barbed tongue,
both young,
cause young,
charles young,
crop flush,
from young,
hard luck,
harts tongue,
hot flush,
huang chung,
large chunk,
parched tongues,
scott young,
sharp tongued,
sharp tongues,
watch young,
snarl up,
square leg,
starved lungs,
barge being,
bored young,
cause sloughing,
charge being,
chart being,
clark being,
course young,
door swung,
force young,
forked tongue,
forth young,
george young,
guard being,
guard ring,
harsh thing,
heart being,
larvae being,
march being,
march king,
norse tongue,
part being,
pouch slung,
ralph young,
sharp thing,
short young,
smart thing,
spark being,
squares being,
star sting,
starch being,
stars being,
start being,
start chewing,
start hiring,
start tearing,
start touching

3 syllables:
prepare young,
aqua lung,
arthur young,
awake young,
caring young,
enlarged tongue,
hardy young,
hearty young,
martha young,
towel slung,
farmers lung,
largely young,
alarm being,
apart being,
regard being,
remark being,
support young

4 syllables:
unmarried young,
guitar slung

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