Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with humpbacked:

2 syllables:
jam packed,
bunch backed,
comes packed,
gum plant,
yam plant,
jumped at,
jumps at,
stuff packed,
truck backed,
truck packed,
was backed,
was packed,
lunch packed,
trunk packed,
hen plant,
jump at,
some act,
sun plant,
young plant,
bhopal plant,
chief plant,
comes wrapped,
douglas plant,
dove plant,
gas plant,
skull cracked,
sludge plant,
struck plant,
truck plant,
monk bat,
ran past,
run past,
then passed,
blood passed,
brush past,
chief passed,
comes that,
flush passed,
get past,
has passed,
judge passed,
judge pratt,
must act,
puff paste,
rumour that,
some plants,
truck passed,
twice passed,
was passed,
was past,
can act,
front passed,
runs past,
then act,
come that,
come what,
comes at,
comes back,
comme facteur,
depth at,
humped backs,
just passed,
just past

3 syllables:
asset backed,
camel backed,
unless backed,
added plant,
become trapped,
orange bat,
become flat,
becomes cracked,
britain backed,
enoch pratt,
extra plant,
jawan bakht,
nummi plant,
office passed,
others backed,
somehow lacked,
uncle passed,
unless passed,
allan brandt,
extent passed,
ireland passed,
money backed,
orange paste,
allan grant,
become facts,
become that,
become what,
becomes at,
commerce act,
entrance shaft,
fully backed,
fully packed,
get back at,
mother backed,
mother packed,
product passed

4 syllables:
company act

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