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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with roofless:

2 syllables:
booze bus,
fruit twice,
school bus,
shoot twice,
blue pus,
ku klux,
move us,
roof truss,
you thus,
blue ice,
chew ass,
proof was,
roof was,
blue blood,
boot leg,
drew blood,
fruit cups,
gnu fdl,
group must,
new blood,
school must,
school twice,
shoot cuffs,
shoot ducks,
soul must,
truth must,
use must,
you trust,
fuel is,
pool is,
proof is,
roof is,
rule is,
school is,
soul is,
tool is,
cool as,
proof as,
rule as,
rule has,
school as,
school has,
soul as,
soul has,
blue leg,
boot ups,
bruce douglas,
crew cuts,
fuel up,
goof up,
hoop la,
knew just,
new love,
proof on,
proof stress,
rule on,
school on,
soul on,
thou must,
too must,
tool up,
true love,
tune ups,
you just,
you let,
you love,
you must,
choose this,
foods is,
groups is


3 syllables:
consume twice,
fusion assay,
gloomy gus,
produce stress,
produce twice,
produced twice,
reduce stress,
renewed twice,
reviewed twice,
route twice,
stupid ass,
undue stress,
cuba is,
nuclease assay,
pucca house,
reduce flood,
remove lumps,
accused is,
assume this,
assumed his,
ballou press,
conclude this,
concludes his


4 syllables:
absolute roughness,
absolute trust,
diffusion assay,
dilution assay,
molecule is,
cupola house,
molecules is


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