Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with doctrines:

2 syllables:
stock trees,
heart means,
locked wheels,
washed jeans,
block means,
blocked these,
chopped greens,
from trees,
giant trees,
locke means,
stock means,
topped trees,
barked trees,
box beams,
box trees,
caste seems,
chart seems,
cock tease,
costs seems,
heart seems,
marked trees,
parts seems,
stock schemes,
carte meals,
charge means,
chopped leaves,
clock speeds,
france means,
giant leaves,
giant wheels,
harsh means,
heart feels,
heart leaves,
heart needs,
large means,
marsh reeds,
month means,
scarce means,
squares means,
start seeds,
lacked means,
block seems,
clock seems,
locke seems,
locke weems,
marked themes,
rocks seems,
scott seems,
shock seems,
stock deals,
stock seems,
stock themes,
block needs,
blocks these,
cause means,
chart these,
choir screens,
costs means,
dropped these,
giant breeds,
heart grieves,
heart these,
hearts ease,
parts means,
prompt means,
rocks these,
scotch greys,
scotch reels,
square means,
start these,
stock feeds,
stock needs,
stock thieves,
stopped these,
trois freres,
washed these,
watched these

3 syllables:
adopt means,
doctor means,
response means,
abstract means,
bizarre dreams,
contact means,
exact means,
doctor seems,
adopt these,
apart these,
compare means,
doctor feels,
doctor leaves,
doctor needs,
party means,
passage means,
profit means,
prophet means,
proxy means,
robert means,
rocket leaves,
santa feans,
sartre means

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