Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with examples:

2 syllables:
camp as,
dans les,
black shales,
brass scales,
catch whales,
camp was,
frank comes,
lamp was,
map as,
bad ones,
black clubs,
black lungs,
brass studs,
catch comes,
class comes,
crash comes,
flash comes,
glass comes,
glass domes,
grass comes,
staff comes,
that comes,
that runs,
what comes,
brass pulls,
graham tells,
and as,
and has,
and u.s.,
and wales,
ann was,
anne was,
bank as,
bank has,
dance as,
flash bulbs,
franz schulze,
glass bulbs,
hand as,
hand has,
khan was,
land as,
land has,
plan was,
planned as,
plans as,
plant as,
plant has,
range as,
rank as,
stand as,
than was,
thank colleagues,
act as,
act has,
at was,
back was,
backed gulls,
bag was,
black scales

3 syllables:
sample as,
sample has,
sample whose,
ample cause,
japan comes,
sample chose,
sample leads,
sample lines,
sample loads,
sample phase,
sample shows,
sample size,
sample these,
sample those,
sample was,
samples whose,
advance as,
angel whose,
angle as,
angle whose,
japan was,
potash bulbs,
allow nulls,
attached as,
attack comes,
attack was,
attacked as,
avec les

4 syllables:
abraham moles,
example as,
example has,
example whose,
abraham was,
example leads,
example shows,
example these,
example those,
example was,
rectangle whose,
triangle whose

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