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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with stand up:

2 syllables:
and depth,
chan op,
and am,
and an,
and as,
and done,
and has,
and hung,
and ice,
and l.,
and on,
and u.s.,
at depth,
band on,
crack depth,
grand am,
hand as,
hand has,
hand on,
land as,
land has,
land ice,
land on,
mass. dept.,
p and l,
planned as,
planned on,
s and l,
sand on,
snap dump,
stack depth,
than done,
trash dump,
and a.,
hand pump,
q and a,
t and a,
clam dip,
brown cup,
fan tan,
grant an,
grant us,
plant as,
plant has,
plant on,
shan tung,
than ten,
abd al,
ann was,
anne was,
baled on,
black duck,
branch chief,
chance on,
crack den,
dance as,
dance on,
dans l',
dans le,
dans un,
dans une,
dragged on,
drap dete,
had the hump,
hath done,
khan was,
laughed as,
nach dem,
nach den,
plan can,
plan was,
plans as,
plans on,
ragged on,
range as,
range on,
splash dam,
stance on,
than can,
than let,
than love,
than man,
than men,
than some,
than such,
than was,
than when,
that don,
that done,
and deep


3 syllables:
channel op,
expand on,
off and on,
on and on,
finance dept.,
advance as,
advance on,
comanche chief,
japan was


4 syllables:
abandon hope


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