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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with clog dance:

2 syllables:
bomb lance,
hard hats,
dog grass,
dogs chance,
square danced,
block takes,
cocked hats,
locke takes,
shock takes,
stock takes,
car tax,
cause takes,
chart takes,
from tax,
heart takes,
poll tax,
rock bass,
hot wax,
basse danse,
block class,
clock class,
fog banks,
not tax,
rock mass,
scott takes,
smart chance,
square stance,
stock class,
bar graphs,
bond and,
bonne chance,
card and,
crop plants,
dogs and,
frogs and,
guard and,
guard takes,
hard and,
hard wax,
hogs and,
hot pants,
logs and,
not pass,
pond and,
robbed and,
sharp lance,
spot pass,
top hats,
yard and,
block grants,
clock glass,
cod and,
dog and,
drop pass,
fog and,
from mass,
god and,
heart danced,
knot grass,
lodge grass,
log and,
mot de passe,
nod and,
odd and,
rod and,
scott glanced,
sharp glance,
shot glass,
spots danced,
square glass,
star grass,
stars danced,
stock grants,
watch glass,
stock tanks,
cause doubts,
caused doubts,
clark takes,
dog box,
dog fox,
dog pox,
dog tags,
fat chance,
hand ax


3 syllables:
passage takes,
bourgeois class,
o'clock class,
o'clock mass.,
not a chance,
proper chance,
regard and,
respond and,
beyond chance,
copper glance,
goddamn house,
larger chance,
because chance,
bourgeois france


4 syllables:
another chance,
another glance


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