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

2 syllables:
tree mouse,
bee louse,
beach mouse,
stream mouths,
three mouths,
wheel mouse,
been out,
leaf louse,
my doubts,
queen ought,
read outs,
screen out,
sign out,
dry ounce,
green blouse,
they know,
by mass,
tree moss,
by loss,
by pass,
free pass,
free pass/,
my boss,
ski pass,
they pass,
by mouth,
dry mouth,
my mouth,
scheme ought,
stream mouth,
wry mouth,
beat out,
beauty wrought,
bleach out,
bleep out,
breeze out,
by four,
by south,
by the hour,
by your,
chi town,
creep out,
cry down,
deal out,
die down,
dries out,
each hour,
ease out,
eat out,
eke out,
feel out,
feet out,
freak out,
freeze out,
geek out,
keep out,
leak out,
leap out,
leave out,
lie down,
lie down/,
mete out,
my four,
peace ought,
peak hour,
peal out,
peel out,
peep out,
piece out,
reach out,
read out,
roughly south,
screech owl,
see your,
seed down,
seek out,
sees out,
sieve out,
sleep out,
sneak out,
speak out,
speech ought,
spied out,
spies out


3 syllables:
obese mouse,
release mouse,
sea mouse,
flea louse,
machine hour,
sea louse,
appeal ought,
areas ought,
belief ought,
believe ought,
college ought,
degree south,
ideas ought,
relief ought


4 syllables:
transferee spouse,
albino mouse


Some other possibilities:

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