Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with blueprints:

2 syllables:
proof prints,
group lists,
group parents,
group since,
groups since,
troops since,
blue print,
blue rinse,
bruce lindsay,
group thinks,
choose lists,
loose fists,
proof shifts,
threw bricks,
fruit since,
proof since,
prove since,
proved its,
roots since,
school lists,
school since,
shoes since,
tool kits,
troop ships,
truth since,
used its,
views since,
cheap prints,
school parents,
bloom thinks,
blue tits,
freud thinks,
groups is,
loose links,
prove its,
school thinks,
use its,
you since,
fruit rinds,
group tests,
proof rests,
truth rests,
choose print,
doomed prince,
drew its,
fruit drinks,
group is,
loop is,
proof print,
school links

3 syllables:
produce prints,
mccune lindsay,
produced prints,
study prints,
assume risks,
produce lists,
produce shifts,
reduce risks,
produce rents,
reduce rents,
accrued since,
acute since,
assume since,
bedroom since,
ensued since,
excuse since,
produced its,
pursued since,
reduced its,
renewed since,
resumed its,
review lists,
reviewed since,
reviews since,
undue risks,
extra prints,
fewer parents,
supra notes,
rubin notes,
abuse since,
produce its,
produce since,
reduce its,
resume its,
review since,
study hints,
blueprint price,
cruel prince,
fewer drinks,
future prince,
jewish prince

4 syllables:
absolute prince,
computer prints,
absolute risks,
absolute since,
molecule since,
absolute links,
producing prints

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