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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with grandkids:

2 syllables:
grant comes,
plant comes,
and wales,
banned drugs,
branch comes,
brand drugs,
chance comes,
dance comes,
range comes,
and gas,
and colleagues,
and was,
band was,
hand was,
hands as,
hands comes,
land was,
lands as,
sand was,
stand was,
stands as,
and as,
and has,
and u.s.,
ant wrens,
draft comes,
hand as,
hand has,
land as,
land has,
planned as,
stand as,
black drums,
black scales,
brand goods,
canned goods,
dance tunes,
fan clubs,
flash floods,
franz schulze,
track scales,
and leads,
ground comes,
lands heads,
sound comes,
brass studs,
frank comes,
grant funds,
grant was,
plant funds,
plant scales,
plant was,
plants as,
plants comes,
that comes,
what comes,
bad ones,
branch was,
brass scales,
catch comes,
chance was,
class comes,
crash comes,
dance clubs,
dance was,
dans les,
dans ses,
flash comes,
glass comes,
glass domes,
grass comes,
hatred comes,
plant drugs,
range scales,
range was,
staff comes,
and cut,
backed gulls


3 syllables:
advance comes,
finance comes,
japan comes,
branded as,
contact comes,
extract comes,
collapse comes,
combat drugs,
around comes,
planet comes,
advance funds,
advance was,
advanced as,
answer comes,
branny scales,
cancer comes,
chandra ghose,
handsome as,
many drugs,
panel comes,
planning comes,
sandy shales


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