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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with codex:

2 syllables:
showed us,
close ups,
go nuts,
no buts,
one ups,
roll ups,
two cups,
blow chunks,
blow ups,
drove us,
growth assay,
hold ups,
probe assay,
shown us,
shows us,
who thus,
do us,
hold us,
roast ducks,
to dust,
to us,
told us,
no books,
no sex,
owed its,
showed its,
so dense,
to fix,
to mix,
to sex,
to six,
two books,
who looks,
whole looks,
probe pulse,
road hump,
smoke puffs,
strobe pulse,
boat decks,
bowed his,
code is,
load is,
mode is,
node is,
owed his,
played ducks,
road is,
showed his,
wood ducks,
code as,
code has,
drove trucks


3 syllables:
plateau pulse,
above us,
blown a kiss,
blows a kiss,
loaded dice,
stomach is,
blow a kiss,
skoda works,
soda lakes,
toward us,
unload trucks,
unto us,
moated house,
noted is,
notice is,
rowton house,
total house,
total is,
total loss,
broken his,
broken house,
closes his,
dosage is,
focus assay,
focus is,
josiah royce,
local house,
logan house,
lower pulse,
moses is,
motion is,
noble house,
notion is,
ocean house,
ocean is,
open his,
open house,
open ice,
roman house,
slower pulse,
above decks,
lower decks


4 syllables:
devoted his,
mendota heights,
approaches is,
erosion is,
promotion is,
proposal is


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