Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with drop off:

2 syllables:
crop of,
shop of,
top half,
top of,
top off///,
job of,
mob of,
bar of,
bloc of,
block of,
both of,
calm of,
car of,
cause of,
choir of,
clock of,
dog of,
flock of,
fog of,
from half,
from of,
god of,
jar of,
john of,
knot of,
lock of,
lodge of,
log of,
lot of,
nod of,
not half,
not of,
plot of,
poll of,
pot of,
rock of,
rod of,
shock of,
shot of,
spot of,
square of,
star of,
stock of,
terrace of,
wash of,
womb of,
crops of,
drops of,
pomp of,
shops of,
tops of,
cap of,
flap of,
gap of,
lap of,
map of,
sap of,
scrap of,
snap of,
trap of,
garb of,
jobs of,
robbed of,
arc of,
arch of,
ark of,
arm of,
art of,
bark of,
bars of,
blocks of,
bond of,
box of,
card of,
cars of,
caste of,
charge of,
charm of,
chart of,
cons of,
cost of,
dark of,
dogs of

3 syllables:
on top of,
bedrock of,
embrace of,
passage of,
salon of,
synod of,
copy of,
lobby of,
acre of,
alarm of,
apart of,
bulwark of,
data of,
dollar of,
drama of

4 syllables:
another half,
another of

Some other possibilities:

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