Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cottage cheese:

3 syllables:
bottom these,
gotten these,
plotted these,
spotted these,
model these,
causes these,
chosen these,
common these,
guava trees,
loses these,
novel these,
often these,
police spies,
police these,
posit these,
stolen these,
watches these,
bottom jeans,
bottom leaves,
bottom seems,
latin means,
latin seems,
latin themes,
police seize,
potted trees,
rotted leaves,
rotten leaves,
rotten trees,
spotted leaves,
started these,
swollen knees,
wanted these,
wattle trees,
not achieve,
battle these,
damage these,
doubted these,
plotting these,
shouted these,
spotting these,
status these,
bottom piece,
bottom sheet,
condone these,
guarded these,
london these,
model deals,
model means,
model needs,
model seems,
model trees,
model tries,
modeled these,
models these,
rotten piece,
rotten sheep,
sodden leaves

4 syllables:
deposit these,
canada geese,
canada these,
adopted these,
bottom areas,
data series,
dotted areas,
latin allies,
natal areas,
papaya trees,
acknowledge these,
forgotten these,
calabash trees,
harada disease,
model areas,
model varies,
moderate these,
modify these,
regarded these

5 syllables:
metadata schemes,
canada carries,
canada series

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