Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with approaches:

2 syllables:
blow gas,
blow was,
boat as,
chose as,
close as,
code as,
code has,
do was,
does as,
flow was,
goal as,
goal has,
goes as,
grows as,
growth as,
growth has,
ho was,
home as,
home has,
hope as,
how was,
joe was,
known as,
note as,
now was,
one as,
one has,
pope as,
pope has,
pose as,
quote as,
road as,
road has,
role as,
role has,
rome as,
rose as,
shown as,
shows as,
so was,
spoke as,
stone as,
stone has,
throat as,
throne as,
to was,
tone as,
two was,
vote as,
who was,
whole as,
whole has,
wrote as,
coach was,
do as,
flow as,
go as,
grow as,
how has,
low as,
now as,
now has,
slow as,
so as,
so has,
to as,
to u.s.,
two as,
who as,
who has,
boat was,
bold as,
bone was,
closed as,
cloth was,
clothes as,
coach chuck,
coal gas,
coal was,
coast as,
coat was,
code was,
coke gas,
cold as

3 syllables:
approach as,
above as,
above has,
alone as,
alone has,
arose as,
remote as,
approach was,
above was,
alone was,
approach on,
bio gas,
body as,
body has,
composed as

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See approaches used in context: 23 rhymes, 14 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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