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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with art class:

2 syllables:
capped glass,
chopped glass,
giant glass,
large glass,
locked glass,
sharp glass,
washed glass,
shot glass,
square glass,
arm clasp,
hard grass,
yard grass,
bar clasp,
barn grass,
chopped grass,
cropped grass,
giant grass,
large grass,
marsh grass,
rocks glass,
sharp grass,
sparse grass,
large brass,
quart glass,
short glass,
charged glass,
charles glass,
clock glass,
hard clam,
knot grass,
parched grass,
sharp glance,
star grass,
watch glass,
carts passed,
giant clam,
large cracks,
large flask,
large mass,
mot de passe,
parts takes,
sharp blast,
sharp clang,
sharp clash,
sharp cracks,
smart black,
smart crack,
square brass,
bark louse,
clark passed,
clark takes,
heart dance,
hot blast,
not pass,
rock mass,
sharp lance,
smart chance,
spark gaps,
spark passed,
spot pass,
start plants,
swamp grass,
coarse glass,
cracked glass,
flashed glass,
fourth glass,
short grass,
smashed glass,
soft glass,
storm glass,
giant cross,
large cross,
sharp cross,
short brass,
arc lamps,
car tax,
cauld blast,
caused cracks,
chart takes,
guards passed,
heart takes


3 syllables:
carter glass,
larger glass,
robert glass,
parfait glass,
parting glass,
o'clock mass.,
optic glass,
remark passed,
basalt glass,
contact glass,
mardi gras,
proffered glass,
solid glass,
stoppered glass,
barley grass,
bottom glass,
brockway glass,
common glass


4 syllables:
esparto grass


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