Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tribrach:

2 syllables:
up much,
up such,
but much,
but such,
can such,
done much,
done such,
dutch dutch,
get much,
get such,
has much,
has such,
let such,
men such,
put such,
some such,
then much,
then such,
thus much,
was much,
was such,
when much,
when such,
young dutch,
club rush,
scrub brush,
burra burra,
get rich,
scrub which,
shrub which,
some rich,
was rich,
bum rush,
dutch rush,
nut rush,
can run,
club was,
cut lunch,
cut rug,
drugs such,
fun run,
grubbed up,
grubs up,
has run,
hen run,
just such,
mud drum,
neb neb,
rag rug,
rev. rul,
sub let,
sub sub,
then ran,
then run,
was run,
bud brush,
crumb brush,
bla bla,
club drug,
club has,
club on,
grub up,
la guerra,
pub grub,
rub up,
scrub up,
tarun bharat,
up which,
being much,
being such,
blood which

3 syllables:
become such,
become much,
unless such,
become rich,
added punch,
agents such,
becomes much,
cover such,
extra blood,
extra mural,
other such,
products such,
royal dutch,
studied dutch,
extra punch,
amen ra,
amon ra,
amun ra,
double dutch,
vedra beach,
a bit much,
acid which,
added which,
advice which,
arise which,
arousal which,
asses which,
asset which,
begun which

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