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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bishops:

2 syllables:
thick copse,
paris shops,
which once,
being once,
here once,
him once,
if once,
is once,
it once,
lick arse,
phil ochs,
sheer rocks,
there once,
this once,
were once,
will once,
lick chops,
big shots,
big tops,
firing shots,
pitch shots,
quick shots,
sling shots,
trick shots,
built shops,
drink shops,
fish shop,
print shops,
quilt shops,
sized shops,
thrift shops,
fish hawks,
switch box,
big box,
chip box,
climb rocks,
gear box,
his box,
if france,
in box,
is scarce,
kit fox,
pig pox,
pill box,
slick rocks,
split rocks,
spring box,
thick locks,
thick socks,
this box,
tick box,
were lots,
with lots,
with rocks,
beauty shops,
bread shops,
floor shops,
gun shops,
head shops,
parish house,
rural shops,
sweat shops,
three shops,
tuck shops,
licked chops,
licks chops,
which stops


3 syllables:
bishop is,
bishop pearce,
jewish shops,
clear shots,
bishop chase,
bishop hurst,
bishop pierce,
cigar shops,
equipped shops,
liquor shops,
sewing shops,
their shops,
extra shots,
aching hearts,
tie in knots,
cherish hopes,
hotel shops,
repair shops,
urban shops,
bishop whose,
adding drops,
alaric watts,
bishop earle,
bishop had,
bishop heard,
bishop in,
bishop of,
bishop or,
bishop ought,
bishop paine,
bishop payne


4 syllables:
vitamin shots,
unselfish heart


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See bishops used in context: 8 rhymes, 7 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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