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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with puff adder:

3 syllables:
chief under,
stuff under,
chief hunter,
blood under,
brush under,
buddha under,
but under,
chalk under,
come under,
crush under,
crutch under,
done under,
dutch under,
flush under,
get under,
judge under,
man under,
men under,
much under,
prussia under,
put under,
run under,
rural under,
russia under,
skull under,
slain under,
sludge under,
slung under,
stress under,
struck under,
stuck under,
swung under,
then under,
theses under,
throughput under,
throve under,
thumb under,
tongue under,
truck under,
truss under,
twice under,
u.s.a. under,
up under,
was under,
when under,
young under,
chief usher,
chief wonder,
stuffed under,
bug hunter,
duck hunter,
judge hunter,
petit beurre,
squirrel hunter,
young hunter,
dutch hunger,
haida culture,
la culture,
la cumbre,
leg ulcer,
stress ulcer,
chief elder,
cliff under,
if under,
stiff under,
terra mater,
tuft hunter,
beautiful church,
beautiful curve


4 syllables:
added under,
advice under,
arise under,
asset under,
become under,
begun under,
ended under,
office under,
succumb under,
unless under,
urban under,
buffer under,
suffer under,
extra number,
alma mater,
beautiful letter,
beautiful tower,
extra butter,
acids under,
added other,
adult under,
advice other,
afghans under,
arise other,
assent under,
asset other


5 syllables:
accrual under,
accurate under,
addresses under,
admiral under,
apogee under


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