Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with Cantos:

2 syllables:
plant whose,
and does,
and whose,
gland whose,
than does,
branch whose,
clans whose,
craft whose,
dance whose,
plans whose,
range whose,
shaft whose,
than those,
tract whose,
at whose,
grant chose,
grant those,
plant shows,
plant those,
plants whose,
gangs whose,
that does,
what does,
at those,
black crows,
black shows,
blacks whose,
catch those,
chaque chose,
chat shows,
class chose,
class knows,
class shows,
class those,
glass shows,
graph shows,
graphs whose,
had those,
jack rose,
map shows,
match shows,
match those,
paths whose,
plaque shows,
shall those,
smash those,
staff chose,
staff knows,
staff shows,
staff those,
staffs whose,
that goes,
that knows,
that rose,
that shows,
that those,
track shows,
track those,
valve whose,
what goes,
what those,
giant whose,
and goes,
and rose,
and shows,
and those,
bands whose,
brand those,
brands whose,
gland shows,
glands whose,
grand chose,
grand homes,
hands whose,
lands whose,
stand those

3 syllables:
japan chose,
japan shows,
japan knows,
japan whose,
panty hose,
planet whose,
planter whose,
supplant those,
vacant homes,
attach those,
attack shows,
attack those,
combat those,
compass rose,
harass those,
surpass those,
account whose,
commands whose,
expand those,
gandhi whose

4 syllables:
diplomat whose,
diplomats whose,
commander whose

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