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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with panoche:

2 syllables:
black coach,
track coach,
class coach,
glass coach,
than one,
than how,
than no,
than now,
ram home,
add one,
allow one,
at home,
at one,
at whose,
back home,
back one,
bad one,
black coal,
black coat,
black code,
black hole,
black oak,
black one,
brash oak,
cat hole,
catch one,
class whose,
flash showed,
glass whose,
graph whose,
grass whose,
had one,
jack oak,
mac os,
match whole,
sack coat,
shall loathe,
shall lose,
staff whose,
tap hole,
that home,
that hope,
that one,
that whole,
track whose,
what one,
a branch,
armed branch,
drawn coach,
hwang ho,
and does,
and home,
and hope,
and one,
and whose,
at how,
at to,
back hoe,
bath note,
black cow,
branch whose,
canned whole,
cat to,
clans whose,
class known,
class knows,
class who,
dance whose,
fat to,
flat to,
gland whose,
glass known,
grand whole,
grass known,
had known,
hand hole,
hat to,
jack o,
lad who,
mash note,
max roach,
pan loaf,
plans whose,
plant whose,
range whose


3 syllables:
japan knows,
japan whose,
attack whose,
allow such,
arrow which,
attack known,
japan chose,
japan hoped,
japan hopes,
japan notes,
japan phone,
japan showed,
japan shows,
manner whose


4 syllables:
diplomat whose


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