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2 syllables:
art as,
art has,
art on,
chart on,
hart tongue,
heart as,
heart has,
heart on,
part an,
part as,
part has,
part on,
smart ass,
start an,
start as,
start on,
tart up,
heart blood,
heart loved,
sharp tongued,
hard head,
large head,
tar wood,
card on,
guard on,
hard as,
hard ass,
hard on,
hard up,
lard ass,
square butte,
square cut,
square nut,
arm as,
arm on,
bar was,
bars on,
block blood,
blocked up,
car was,
car when,
cars on,
carve up,
cause blood,
charge as,
charge on,
charge up,
chopped up,
clock chimed,
cocked up,
copped on,
cost as,
cost on,
cost us,
cropped up,
dark as,
dont le,
dropped on,
far can,
far was,
far when,
farm as,
farm on,
france cedes,
from blood,
from ten,
guar gum,
harp on,
harsh on,
hopped up,
knocked on,
knocked up,
large an,
large as,
large on,
locked on,
locked up,
lost an,
lost as,
lost on,
march on,
mark as,
mark on,
mark up,
marsh hen


3 syllables:
apart as,
apart on,
hari rud,
martha heard,
martin had,
martin heard,
regard as,
adopt an,
bihar chief,
compare psalm,
cotton bud,
embark on,
enlarge on


4 syllables:
malabar nut


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