Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with puzzled:

2 syllables:
has held,
was held,
has loved,
was judged,
was loved,
was tuned,
was ushered,
but held,
then held,
when held,
fudge sundae,
judge summed,
much loved,
slush fund,
thumb rubbed,
young unwed,
gas filled,
has filled,
has killed,
was filled,
was hailed,
was hauled,
was head,
was healed,
was killed,
was mild,
was old,
was pulled

3 syllables:
become dulled,
chuckle head,
couple had,
get a load,
has a bird,
has a word,
knuckle head,
struggle had,
tunnel head,
u.s.a. and,
becomes dulled,
brazil and,
brazil showed,
brazil wood,
u.s.a. could,
u.s.a. should,
u.s.a. would,
allah willed,
alice loved,
jesus had,
jesus heard,
jesus said,
britain had,
buddha and,
extra funds,
helen heard,
judges had,
judges heard,
mother hugged,
prussia and,
pudden head,
russia and,
russia showed,
extras guild,
basal third,
bustle and,
fossa should,
jesus healed,
muscle and,
muscle leads,
muscle showed,
puzzle out,
russell and,
russell lived,
russell showed,
beautiful and,
beautiful heads,
beautiful ideal,
beautiful old,
beautiful shade,
becomes roughened,
brazil in,
brazil is,
buddha called,
buddha could,
buddha field,
buddha lived,
buddha should,
buddha would,
camel bird,
camel herds,
camel loads,
canal and,
canal leads,
canal lined,
chapel and,
comma cloud,
comma should,
comma would

4 syllables:
abdullah could,
abdullah should,
abdullah would

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See puzzled used in context: 16 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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