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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with art house:

2 syllables:
dog louse,
hog louse,
bark louse,
carp louse,
heart ought,
heart out,
karl gauss,
start out,
your mouse,
cause doubts,
caused doubts,
far down,
argue out,
barn owl,
blocked out,
carve out,
charge ought,
clocked out,
copped out,
cost out,
dropped out,
far south,
farm out,
from town,
hopped out,
knocked out,
locked out,
lost out,
march out,
mark out,
most out,
opt out,
popped out,
scarf out,
slopped out,
square mouth,
square south,
starve out,
stopped out,
swapped out,
topped out,
want out,
washed out,
are parts,
as parts,
car tax,
cart horse,
chart is,
chart takes,
heart is,
heart takes,
heart talks,
of arts,
of parts,
off the charts,
on parts,
part is,
smart arse,
smart ass,
smart horse,
square terrace,
start his,
start is,
start talks,
blot out,
cop outs,
drop outs,
far out,
got out,
jar owl,
large town,
marched out,
marked out,
not out,
not own,
part four,
parts ought,
shot out,
smart mouth,
start south,
start your,
starts out,
trot out,
wash outs,
watt hour,
block class,
bob fosse


3 syllables:
robert howse,
prepare sauce,
tartare sauce,
regard ought,
compare your,
cotton mouse,
prepare your,
roger rouse,
charlie rouse,
cry heart out,
knockout mouse,
party ought,
pocket mouse


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