Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with crash course:

2 syllables:
flash source,
staff corps,
black horse,
crack corps,
pack horse,
scratch force,
at source,
backed horse,
class force,
draft horse,
frank hawks,
grand horse,
shaft horse,
shall force,
that force,
that source,
what force,
black hawks,
class source,
grand corps,
grass courts,
sash cord,
task force,
that courts,
that horse,
black thoughts,
cast offs,
grass stalks,
grass walks,
staff talks,
that false,
brown coarse,
dark horse,
job corps,
small corps,
strong corps,
class scores,
flange force,
patch cord,
range force,
range source,
and force,
at court,
back cross,
barre chord,
black cross,
black moss,
black shorts,
clamp force,
class sports,
damned horse,
dash board,
flash forth,
frank talks,
gang boss,
glass corp.,
grand source,
grande force,
grass court,
hab. corp,
hab corp,
had forced,
jack sauce,
lacked force

3 syllables:
combat corps,
attack corps,
apache source,
attack force,
combat force,
fortran source,
japan source,
detached corps,
magic horse,
advance corps,
battered corpse,
latter corps,
rather coarse,
yankee horse,
japan talks,
myriad thoughts,
a dark horse,
detached force,
abstract force,
advance force,
attack forced,
battle horse,
carriage horse,
classic source,
contact force,
dandy horse,
exact force,
exact source,
explant source,
fallen horse,
falling horse,
faster horse,
gamma source,
gather force,
japan forced

5 syllables:
diplomatic corps

Some other possibilities:

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