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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with the likes of:

2 syllables:
strikes off,
fights off,
wipes off,
writes off,
slice off,
strike off,
files off,
gives off,
hives off,
miles off,
signs off,
bind off,
filed off,
hived off,
lived off,
mind off,
wind off,
wiped off,
breaks off,
makes off,
shakes off,
cries off,
eyes off,
lies off,
bite off,
cried off,
died off,
dried off,
drive off,
fight off,
file off,
give off,
hive off,
live off,
might scoff,
mile off,
ride off,
right half,
right off,
skive off,
time off,
wipe off,
write off,
buy off,
fly half,
fly off,
chile sauce,
chive sauce,
light sauce,
like for,
like more,
like paul,
prize sought,
right sought,
rights or,
rights sought,
sites or,
spike moss,
strike clause,
strike fault,
strike for,
types or,
white sauce,
whites sought,
wine sauce,
wright sought,
backs off,
bake off,
box off,
checks off,
face off,
flake off,
kicks off,
knocks off,
make off,
nicks off,
picks off,
rake off,
shake off,
socks off,
stake off,
take off,
take off/,
takes off,
ticks off,
walks off

3 syllables:
divide off,
striking off,
bite head off,
driven off,
empire sought,
fighting off,
filing off,
frighten off,
siphon off,
slicing off,
wiping off,
writing off,
fires off

4 syllables:
families sought

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