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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lag screw:

2 syllables:
chance threw,
grand cru,
ask you,
class queue,
and grew,
brass screws,
and threw,
and true,
blast threw,
canst thou,
craft brew,
frank threw,
sachs group,
black spruce,
dance group,
lacks proof,
lacks truth,
ragged group,
takes you,
tax due,
that grew,
and drew,
batch queue,
chance you,
dance troupe,
hast thou,
lamps threw,
last few,
past due,
past few,
range cruise,
thank you,
that drew,
whats new,
class group,
jacques rueff,
takes root,
actes du,
asked you,
asks you,
at kew,
chang hsueh,
clamp screws,
crack loo,
flag broom,
glass fruit,
sacré bleu,
schanz screws,
that true,
and blue,
acp group,
force threw,
france threw,
ground crew,
horse threw,
packed group,
plans group,
and group,
back room,
black blue,
black root,
branch group,
brand group,
class room,
crack root,
craft group,
fact you,
flag root,
gag rule,
lacked proof,
last group,
masked shrew,
massed group,
matched group,
packed fruit,
planned group,
plant group

3 syllables:
i ask you,
advance group,
also grew,
enhance group,
finance group,
advance proof,
again threw,
also drew,
also true,
cabin crew,
compass group,
advanced cruise,
combat crews,
abstract group,
contact group,
response queue,
attached group,
attack cruise,
attract new,
contact you,
detached group,
exact proof,
packet queue

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