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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with approach path:

2 syllables:
foam bath,
do the math,
whose wrath,
growth paths,
known paths,
stone paths,
those paths,
whose paths,
two paths,
who hath,
cold bath,
roach back,
cloth patch,
loaf pan,
note pad,
one pass,
phone patch,
throat patch,
closed paths,
coach passed,
hope at,
hope had,
low pass,
now pass,
pope had,
slope at,
soap pad,
to pack,
to pass,
who pass,
oil bath,
close mouth,
drove south,
flowed south,
flown south,
flows south,
goat moth,
known south,
slope south,
slopes south,
those south,
to the south,
whole mouth,
whole south,
whose mouth,
broke back,
choke back,
cloak bag,
drove back,
goes back,
nose bag,
one back,
rode back,
roll back,
thrown back,
to the bad,
tote bag,
whole batch,
wrote back


3 syllables:
unknown paths,
shower bath,
motor paths,
stony paths,
colloid bath,
above mouth,
above south,
promote south,
remote south,
unknown south,
remote batch


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