Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pilose:

2 syllables:
high lows,
smile whose,
style whose,
bright hopes,
guy ropes,
high post,
klein notes,
live oaks,
slight hopes,
spile hole,
stein notes,
thine oaths,
while one,
while whole,
high hopes,
high low,
mile post,
style notes,
while gross,
wild oats,
give voice,
bride whose,
crime whose,
drive whose,
flies whose,
guide whose,
high dose,
knife whose,
knight whose,
light whose,
night whose,
right whose,
scribe whose,
squire whose,
tribe whose,
ai koan,
dried whole,
drive home,
fine one,
five hole,
give one,
great white hope,
guy rope,
high note,
high road,
high tone,
life one,
like home,
like one,
line one,
live oak,
might hope,
might one,
nice one,
puy de dome,
quite whole,
ride home,
right oh,
right one,
shrine known,
sight hole,
slice whole,
strike home,
swine oat,
thigh bone,
time one,
white hole,
white hope,
white oak,
white one,
wire rope,
wise one,
write one,
write whole,
file is,
style choice

3 syllables:
briefly notes,
design notes,
bio assay,
alive whose,
briefly shows,
briefly those,
chiefly those,
decide whose,
design whose,
desire whose,
divine whose,
empire whose,
briefly known,
briefly showed,
briefly shown,
chiefly known,
chiefly shown,
design known,
divide whole,
divine whole,
provide one,
recite whole

4 syllables:
families whose,
signify those

Some other possibilities:

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