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

8 letters:
up under,
if under

9 letters:
but under,
get under,
man under,
men under,
put under,
run under,
was under,
la cumbre,
leg ulcer

10 letters:
come under,
done under,
much under,
then under,
when under,
bug hunter,
la culture,
alma mater

11 letters:
chief under,
stuff under,
blood under,
brush under,
chalk under,
crush under,
dutch under,
flush under,
judge under,
rural under,
skull under,
slain under,
slung under,
stuck under,
swung under,
thumb under,
truck under,
truss under,
twice under,
young under,
chief usher,
duck hunter,
chief elder,
cliff under,
stiff under,
terra mater,
tuft hunter,
added under,
arise under,
asset under,
begun under,
ended under,
urban under,
acids under,
added other,
adult under,
arise other,
asset other

12 letters:
chief hunter,
buddha under,
crutch under,
russia under,
sludge under,
stress under,
struck under,
theses under,
throve under,
tongue under,
u.s.a. under,
chief wonder,
judge hunter,
petit beurre,
young hunter,
dutch hunger,
stress ulcer,
advice under,
become under,
office under,
unless under,
buffer under,
suffer under,
extra number,
extra butter,
advice other,
assent under,
apogee under

13 letters:
prussia under,
stuffed under,
haida culture,
succumb under,
afghans under,
accrual under,
admiral under

14 letters:
accurate under

15 letters:
squirrel hunter,
beautiful curve,
beautiful tower,
addresses under

16 letters:
throughput under,
beautiful church,
beautiful letter

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