Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with human:

2 syllables:
few men,
new man,
new men,
room on,
true man,
hu nan,
moon on,
noon on,
soon on,
choose an,
few can,
food on,
fruit on,
glue gun,
group on,
knew then,
knew when,
loose on,
lu xun,
move an,
move on,
news on,
proof on,
prove an,
root on,
rule on,
school on,
shoes on,
soul on,
suit on,
too can,
true when,
truth on,
use an,
use on,
view can,
view when,
views on,
you can,
you don,
you done,
you ran,
you run,
you then,
you when,
zu den,
chew on,
chou en,
crew on,
drew an,
drew on,
due on,
grew on,
room when,
rooms on,
screw on,
threw on,
true on,
view on,
wu han,
you an,
you on,
boots on,
food can,
food when,
fuel can,
group can,
group when,
groups on,
moved on,
moves on,
new ones

3 syllables:
assume an,
presume on,
produce an,
produce on,
remove an,
assumed an,
assumes an,
review on,
bedroom in,
doing an,
doing on,
harpoon gun,
approved on,
broody hen,
cuba in,
future on,
produced an,
produced on

4 syllables:
pursuing an,
computer on,
molecules on

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