Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with low pressure:

2 syllables:
scope where,
slope where,
those rare,
growth pressures,
so rare,
those pressures,
two pair,
prose genre,
whole genre,
globe where,
probe where,
blows where,
chose where,
close where,
cloth where,
coach where,
code share,
cold air,
could ensure,
eau claire,
float where,
flows where,
froze where,
go spare,
grove where,
grows where,
growth share,
growth where,
home care,
home where,
knowed where,
known where,
knows where,
lone pair,
one pair,
one share,
one where,
phone where,
prose where,
road where,
should ensure,
showed where,
shown where,
shows where,
smoke where,
stone chair,
stone where,
stove where,
stroke where,
those where,
throat where,
throne chair,
throne where,
to scare,
to spare,
to stare,
to swear,
whole share,
whole where,
whose share,
would dare,
would ensure,
to bear,
who bear,
close air,
go where,
how dare,
no care,
no fair,
no fresh,
no share,
no where,
now where,
scarecrow press,
scope press,
slopes where,
so fair,
so fresh

3 syllables:
plateau pressures,
lower pressures,
abode where,
above share,
above where,
alone share,
alone where,
anode where,
approach where,
arose where,
cologne where,
console where,
denote where,
leone where,
plateaus where,
suppose where,
unknown where,
alone ensure,
chateau where,
embryo where,
open air,
plateau where

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