Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with apophasis:

3 syllables:
focus is,
notice is,
closes his,
moses is,
blown a kiss,
blows a kiss,
broken his,
dosage is,
motion is,
noted is,
notion is,
ocean is,
open his,
stomach is,
total is,
blow a kiss,
focus since,
notice since,
notice this,
noticed his,
romance is,
yoga is,
to assist,
focus assay,
now famous,
so famous,
to jesus,
two famous,
opens his,
to resist,
cloacal kiss,
focus here,
focus in,
folded his,
locus in,
moment his,
moment is,
noted this,
notice in,
notice it,
open its,
open this,
opened his,
poland is,
puedo decir,
sovereign is,
voltage is,
who commits,
to assess,
poems is,
broken since,
could assist,
focus list,
frozen since,
motion since,
noted since,
noted swiss,
noticed this,
notion since,
ocean since,
proven since,
quoted since,
romance since,
should assist,
sofa in,
spoken since,
stomach since,
to consist,
total since,
voted since,
would assist,
now possess,
to possess,
who possess

4 syllables:
approaches is,
devoted his,
erosion is,
promotion is,
proposal is,
angola since,
arizona since,
mucosa is,
blowing a kiss,
component is,
pelona schist,
people is,
approaches since,
components is,
erosion since,
exploded since,
explosion since,
holiness is,
honesty is,
pneumonia is,
pope pius ix,
promoted since,
promotion since,
proposal since,
quota basis,
unbroken since

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