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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ptosis:

2 syllables:
shows us,
drove us,
growth assay,
probe assay,
showed us,
shown us,
who thus,
do us,
to us,
close ups,
broke the ice,
do just,
do some,
do such,
do sul,
go bust,
go nuts,
go some,
gross up,
hold us,
how some,
how such,
no buts,
no just,
no son,
no such,
now just,
now must,
now some,
now such,
one ups,
roll ups,
so just,
so must,
so some,
throat twice,
throw some,
to dust,
to just,
to san,
to some,
to such,
to sum,
told us,
two cups,
two must,
two sub,
two such,
who just,
who must,
whole posse,
wrote twice,
blow ups,
gross stress,
to stress,
chose his,
close his,
does his,
does is,
dose is,
knows his,
knows is,
lose his,
nose is,
owes his,
prose is,
rose is,
shows his,
boat is,
bone is,
bowed his,
bowl is,
broke his,
chose as,
close as,
cloth is,
coal is,
coat is,
code is


3 syllables:
above us,
unto us,
arose as,
arose on,
over us,
plateau pulse,
polar ice,
showing us,
toward us,
yoga is,
bio assay,
dosage is,
focus assay,
plateau stress,
expose his,
above his,
above is,
alone is,
approach is


4 syllables:
mucosa is,
arizona house


Some other possibilities:

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