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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with chinois:

2 syllables:
bridge watch,
fin rot,
here we are,
his watch,
in both,
in car,
in far,
in god,
in job,
in john,
in los,
in rock,
in shock,
in top,
pin lock,
pins are,
quick watch,
sins are,
skin pop,
skins are,
still watch,
swiss watch,
tin god,
tin pot,
twins are,
will watch,
wish wash,
in hock,
in hot,
in not,
in want,
in whom,
pin knot,
quinn watched,
skin are,
yin chuan,
van gogh,
being both,
being far,
being not,
being shot,
gym sock,
him both,
him far,
him not,
king john,
king rod,
kings are,
limbs are,
rim job,
rim lock,
rim shot,
ring rot,
rings are,
sling dog,
sling shot,
spring lock,
springs are,
strings are,
thing marred,
thing not,
things are,
think are,
trim pot,
wing bar,
wing shot,
wings are,
b'rith lodge,
bib cock,
big dog,
big shot,
big top,
bills are,
bit rot,
bits are,
bricks are,
chip log,
chip shop,
chip shot,
chips are,
chris scott,
christ are,
cliff lodge,
dear god,
dear john,
deere john,
did god,
did not,
drill rod,
ear shot,
ears are,
fear god


3 syllables:
elgin watch,
alaric watts,
benign cause,
berlin shop,
resins are,
appear not,
conflict are


4 syllables:
vitamins are


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