Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with languages:

3 syllables:
language as,
language was,
angle as,
language on,
language comes,
black smudges,
black judges,
that judges,
language whose,
damage as,
damage has,
handsome as,
language but,
language can,
sand wedges,
congress as,
congress has,
acted as,
action as,
action has,
and uses,
branded as,
frank budgen,
granted as,
land uses,
language clubs,
language scales,
practice as,
practice has,
sample as,
sample has,
taxes as

4 syllables:
language offers,
attached garages,
detached garages,
padang lawas,
language arise,
language uttered,
anxious as,
example as,
example has,
language achieves,
language affords,
language annals,
language appears,
language assumes,
language causes,
language ceases,
language choices,
language churches,
language covers,
language delays,
language happens,
language items,
language journals,
language loses,
language majors,
language opens,
language poses,
language raises,
language reaches,
language reads,
language relies,
reaction as,
reaction has

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