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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with diplomatic corps:

2 syllables:
that course,
what course

3 syllables:
magic horse,
classic course,
drastic course,
static force,
static source,
carriage horse,
falling horse,
laughing horse,
passing horse,
had recourse,
graphic force,
magic force,
panting horse,
planning course,
traffic courts,
traffic source,
active course,
classic source,
plastic force,
static cross,
static or,
battle horse,
chronic course,
logic course,
scottish horse,
status source,
trotting horse,
standing horse,
average horse,
dancing horse,
danish force,
dragging force,
having force,
jacking force,
massive force,
massive source,
package source,
passive force,
passive source,
prancing horse,
savage force,
scanning force,
shall indorse,
tracking force,
traffic court,
trapping force,
latter course,
rotting corpse,
sought recourse,
class discourse,
planned discourse,
shall discourse,
acting force,
active force,
active source,
average course,
changing course,
danish courts,
frantic thoughts,
grant divorce,
graphic quartz,
lasting force,
lasting source

4 syllables:
chromatic chord,
spermatic chord,
spermatic cord,
volcanic force,
volcanic source,
attractive course,
dramatic course,
elastic force,
erratic course,
schematic cross,
strategic course,
attacking force,
erotic force,
politic course,
chromatic chords,
spermatic cords,
unplanned discourse,
attracting force,
attractive force,
attractive source,
cantering horse,
dynamic course,
magical horse,
pacific course,
reacting force,
reactive force,
relapsing course,
retractive force,
romantic thoughts,
romantic walks,
scattering force,
scattering source,
schematic of,
shattering force

5 syllables:
adriatic ports

Some other possibilities:

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