Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with portaged:

2 syllables:
court judged,
long tongued,
though stunned,
thought loved,
court erred,
court held,
short eared,
short haired,
cough blood,
crore tonnes,
draw blood,
for funds,
george addes,
george loved,
more funds,
score scaled,
though blood,
court urged,
fort hood,
short head,
court adhered,
court as,
court funds,
court has,
court on,
for blood,
for ten,
fort on,
fort up,
horn bud,
more blood,
or blood,
or judge,
or ten,
port on,
short as,
short on,
short ton,
short tongue,
store blood,
board erred,
all tend,
coarse haired,
north end,
or build,
or killed,
or send,
or shared,
store filled,
ward hunt,
your loved,
core dump

3 syllables:
report summed,
shortage and,
gordon heard,
borne a hand,
costa verde,
export ass'n,
forces had,
georgia and,
horses had,
longer judged,
morgan had,
morgan heard,
torsion head,
withdraw blood,
report urged,
mortem showed,
absorb blood,
before blood,
before judge,
bore a hand,
choral ode,
flora and,
foreign aid,
georgia heard,
hortus third,
morton and,
norton and,
report an,
report as,
report has,
report on,
restore blood,
shortage in,
shortage of,
support an,
support as,
support funds,
support has,
support on,
support us,
torah and,
transport assay

4 syllables:
aorta and,
aorta should,
femoral head,
reported and,
supported and,
supported lloyd

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