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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with wrangled:

2 syllables:
had loved,
match fund,
frank loved,
black mud,
frank l.,
and held,
crash killed,
had killed,
hand held,
land held,
that killed,
back geared,
glass filled,
grass filled,
had filled,
had pulled,
lap weld,
long tongued,
plaque build,
shall build,
tack weld,
that build,
that filled,
and loved

3 syllables:
angel heard,
angel and,
angel guide,
angel heads,
angel laughed,
angel showed,
angle and,
angle bead,
angle leads,
strangle hold,
alkyl lead,
daniel heard,
lanka and,
sample had,
axle load,
angel light,
angle at,
angle light,
ankle and,
lanka could,
lanka should,
lanka would,
addle head,
angel hair,
angel in,
angel is,
angel like,
angel lodge,
angel of,
angel whose,
angle as,
angle in,
angle is,
angle leaf,
angle of,
angle off,
angle on,
angle whose,
angus maude,
avl lead,
bangle ear,
battle had,
cattle lowed,
language had,
language heard,
rachel heard,
sarah lloyd,
tangle of,
tangle up,
angel called,
angel child,
angel could,
angel cried,
angel found,
angel gold,
angel hands,
angel holds,
angel named,
angel seemed,
angel should,
angel stood,
angel turned,
angel who,
angel world,
angel would

4 syllables:
abraham loved,
triangle and,
financial aid,
rectangle of,
rectangle whose,
triangle in,
triangle is,
triangle of,
triangle whose,
alaska and,
alaska cod

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