Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with boxwood:

2 syllables:
block stood,
clock stood,
rocks stood,
stock stood,
choir stood,
dark wood,
drops stood,
france stood,
hard wood,
lodge stood,
once stood,
scarce good,
scott stood,
shops stood,
square stood,
clark stood,
from wood,
john wood,
socks pulled,
sparse woods,
tar wood,
most good,
blacks stood,
glance wood,
knocks dead,
both good,
from good,
giant stood,
guard stood,
heart stood,
larch woods,
not good,
scarce goods,
stars stood,
rock wool,
stock goods,
all stood,
and wood,
block blood,
brown stood,
claude stood,
cloud stood,
cord wood,
corps stood,
couch stood,
course stood,
crowd stood,
doubt stood,
drops dead,
fact mood,
force stood,
graham stood,
grant wood,
had stood,
horse stood,
lance stood,
mouth stood,
once did,
score stood,
shore stood,
south stood,
staff stood,
stops dead,
store stood,
that stood,
thought stood

3 syllables:
passage stood,
knock on wood,
roger stood,
bobby stood,
clara stood,
connor stood,
father stood,
holly stood,
johnny stood,
molly stood,
police stood,
polly stood,
tommy stood,
guaiac wood,
alike stood,
coppice woods,
doctor stood,
isaac stood,
marcus stood,
parker stood,
before stood,
japan stood,
rocky woods,
thomas goode

4 syllables:
canada stood,
piano stood,
abraham stood

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