Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lagend:

2 syllables:
fag end,
scrag end,
tag end,
drag hunt,
match fund,
bag on,
drag on,
flag on,
tag on,
back end,
at end,
had dined,
shag haired,
that end,
that tend,
what end,
had loved,
bag and,
drag and,
fag ends,
flag and,
tag ends,
back an,
back on,
black mud,
black on,
crack on,
drag bunt,
hack on,
pack on,
tack on,
track on,
add an,
add on,
at an,
at on,
at ten,
bag lunch,
bag up,
bang on

3 syllables:
anna and,
ghana and,
jason heard,
nathan heard,
nation had,
nation heard,
sarah and,
dragons head,
wagon and,
adam had,
jacob heard,
ada scid,
addle head,
anise seed,
at a word,
avl lead,
battle had,
cattle lowed,
classes had,
damage had,
farah aidid,
had a bird,
had a word,
rachel heard,
sarah lloyd,
sarah obeyed,
sarah said,
sarah showed,
scratches head,
again had,
again heard,
action had,
attack on,
jacket and,
jacket turned,
jackson had,
jackson heard,
jacob and,
lanka and,
tracker fund,
abram man,
aches and,
adam and,
allen and,
allen showed,
alpha and,
angel heard,
anna had,
apple and,
arab and,
arid and,
ashes and,
at an end,
baron and,
barrel and,
barren and

4 syllables:
montana and,
abraham loved,
alaska and,
abraham man

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