Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with unions:

2 syllables:
blues tunes,
moon was,
new ones,
soon was,
freud comes,
fruit comes,
group comes,
huge sums,
loose tongues,
moon as,
moon has,
proof comes,
school chums,
school comes,
soon as,
tooth combs,
tooth comes,
truth comes,
views comes,
you uns,
blue bloods,
crude drugs,
loose scales,
louise suggs,
new drugs,
room was,
tomb was,
blue whales,
duke was,
food was,
freud was,
fruit was,
fuel was,
group was,
jews was,
move was,
news was,
pool was,
proof was,
prune plums,
roof was,
rule was,
ruth was,
school was,
soul was,
suit was,
truce was,
truth was,
tube was,
use was,
foods as,
fuel gas,
grouped as,
groups as,
groups has,
moved as,
proved as,
ruled as,
rules as,
school funds,
schools as,
schools has,
tools as,
troops as,
true bugs

3 syllables:
union as,
union has,
union knows,
union whose,
looney tunes,
loony tunes,
abuse comes,
as soon as,
produce comes,
union cause,
union chose,
union dues,
union halls,
union heads,
union hours,
union needs,
union shows,
union these,
union was,
bedroom was,
abuse was,
assumed as,
review comes,
approve funds,
approved as,
bruno schulz,
confused as,
lewis guns,
produced as,
reduce funds,
reduced as,
removed as

4 syllables:
communion those,
molecule comes,
reproduced as

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See unions used in context: 1 rhyme, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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