Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with embryos:

2 syllables:
beauty whose,
by whose,
three whose,
beauty shows,
beauty those,
breed whose,
by jose,
by those,
clique whose,
creed whose,
dream whose,
fleet whose,
greece whose,
greek whose,
league whose,
my nose,
my toes,
peace whose,
piece whose,
queen knows,
queen whose,
realm whose,
roughly those,
routine whose,
scene whose,
scheme whose,
screen whose,
see those,
sheep whose,
sheet whose,
speech whose,
steel whose,
stream whose,
street whose,
surely knows,
surely shows,
surely those,
teeth whose,
theme whose,
they chose,
they lose,
they rose,
thief whose,
three holes,
three homes,
three rows,
three shows,
trees whose,
wheel whose,
why does,
why those,
worry those,
wry nose,
by home,
by hope,
by oath,
by one,
dry hole,
my home,
my hope,
my one,
my whole,
pee hole,
pie hole,
roughly one,
see one,
surely one,
they hope,
they owed,
three whole,
try one,
very one,
why one,
beach homes,
beams whose,
beast whose,
beauty grows,
been those

3 syllables:
entry whose,
areas whose,
athlete whose,
belief whose,
chinese whose,
college whose,
degree those,
entries whose,
entry holes,
entry shows,
ideas whose,
machine knows,
machine whose,
query whose,
achieve those,
appease those,
areas shows,
areas those,
athlete knows,
beliefs whose

4 syllables:
employee whose,
battery whose

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