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

2 syllables:
stroke takes,
known chance,
one chance,
yolk sacs,
low class,
no chance,
no class,
should chance,
to chance,
to class,
coach takes,
coast takes,
growth takes,
moult takes,
one takes,
road tax,
stone takes,
those tapes,
whole takes,
bone wax,
bowed backs,
cloth sacks,
growth paths,
known paths,
mole rats,
phone jacks,
roach max,
road maps,
stone bass,
stone paths,
those paths,
to the max,
whose backs,
whose paths,
could once,
would once,
broke ranks,
choke damp,
no tax,
now takes,
one glance,
smoke stacks,
smoked and,
to tax,
who takes,
whose glance,
bold and,
bone mass,
closed and,
closed paths,
clothed and,
cold and,
could and,
fold and,
gold and,
gould and,
groaned and,
growth cracks,
hold and,
hold hand,
jokes and,
low brass,
mold and,
mould and,
oaks and,
old and,
old bats,
old hand,
one mass,
one pass,
owned and,
rolled and,
should and,
should lapse,
showed cracks,
smoke flaps,
sold and,
stroke facts,
strokes and,
told and,
two paths,
two plants,
who lacks,
whole lacks,
whole mass,
would and


3 syllables:
above chance,
remote chance,
above takes,
alone takes,
approach takes,
approach lacks,
approach paths,
unknown paths,
broker takes,
embryo takes,
alone canst,
composed and,
exposed and,
proposed and


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