Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dog rose:

2 syllables:
square whose,
stock grows,
block shows,
block those,
blocks whose,
clock shows,
knock those,
rocks whose,
shock those,
stock shows,
stocks whose,
blonde whose,
caste whose,
cause those,
charge whose,
crops whose,
france whose,
from those,
giant whose,
god knows,
guard whose,
heart whose,
john does,
modes whose,
not lose,
not pose,
not those,
plots whose,
scott chose,
scott shows,
shops whose,
spots whose,
square shows,
square toes,
squares whose,
stars whose,
watch shows,
watch those,
whom does,
block roads,
block whose,
clock whose,
ochre robes,
stock roles,
stock whose,
bog roll,
both those,
cause whose,
from whose,
god does,
god whose,
honour knows,
honour those,
log roll,
martyr whose,
nolle pros,
watch whose,
choir robes,
clogged roads,
heart grows,
square holes,
black crows,
long rows,
bloch wrote,
block loans,
clark shows,
from close,
got close,
locke wrote,
mocked those,
mocks those,
not close,
rocks shows,
shock loads,
shocked those

3 syllables:
unlock those,
compare those,
declare those,
embrace those,
females whose,
passage shows,
prepare those,
response whose,
whereupon those,
moloch whose,
passage throws,
passage whose,
ago as,
bourgeois whose,
coffee grows,
cotton grows,
father grows,
bartok wrote,
doctor whose,
occur those,
passage close,
remark shows

4 syllables:
zulfikar ghose,
chicago shows,
chicago whose

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