Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with apophysis:

3 syllables:
do business,
no business,
showing us,
to business,
now famous,
so famous,
two famous,
now discuss,
to discuss,
to dismiss,
fo shizzle,
known device,
no limits,
showed immense,
those immense,
to fill up,
to philip,
to visit,
to witness,
two digits,
two minutes,
who visit,
whole device,
whole immense,
whose illness,
whose immense,
close business,
cloth business,
gross business,
growth business,
home visits,
known business,
one business,
phone business,
stone business,
those business,
those visits,
throat business,
whole business,
whose business,
whose visits,
focus assay,
to jesus,
closing his,
clothing is,
coach office,
globe office,
home office,
knowledge is,
known office,
loading is,
loan office,
motif is,
motive is,
open ice,
phone office,
smoking is,
stroking his,
the home office,
voting is,
whole office,
whose office,
wrote alice,
knowledge as,
knowledge has,
posing as,
sow thistle,
stowe missal,
who wishes

4 syllables:
alone device,
console device,
knowledge arise,
proposed device,
remote device,
unknown device,
unknown illness,
above business,
alone business,
approach business,
lower business,
lower fitness,
promote business,
promote fitness,
thorough business,
above office,
arizona office,
parole office,
remote office,
suppose alice

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