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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with colace:

2 syllables:
drove us,
growth assay,
probe assay,
showed us,
shown us,
shows us,
who thus,
do us,
hold us,
roll ups,
to us,
told us,
whole posse,
bowl is,
coal is,
goal is,
hole is,
pole is,
role is,
roll is,
whole is,
goal as,
goal has,
role as,
role has,
whole as,
whole has,
bow leg,
broke the ice,
close ups,
do just,
do let,
do love,
go bust,
go nuts,
hole on,
hole up,
no buts,
no just,
no love,
no luck,
now just,
now let,
now must,
one ups,
role on,
roll on,
roll up,
scroll up,
so just,
so let,
so must,
throat twice,
to dust,
to just,
to let,
to love,
toll on,
two cups,
two must,
who just,
who let,
who love,
who must,
wrote twice,
blow ups,
coal dust,
could thus,
gold dust,
hold ups,
should thus,
to la,
would thus,
boat is,
bone is,
bowed his,
broke his,
chose his,
close his,
cloth is,
coat is,
code is,
do this


3 syllables:
above us,
polar ice,
unto us,
over us,
plateau pulse,
showing us,
toward us,
yoga is,
bio assay,
trolley bus,
above his,
above is,
alone is,
approach is,
devote his


4 syllables:
arizona house,
mucosa is


Some other possibilities:

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