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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with openness:

3 syllables:
globe office,
now famous,
so famous,
two famous,
coach office,
focus assay,
home office,
known office,
loan office,
phone office,
the home office,
to jesus,
whole office,
whose office,
wrote alice,
open his,
open as,
broken the ice,
close unless,
cloth unless,
cola nuts,
growth unless,
known genus,
known unless,
kola nuts,
open an,
open on,
open up,
phone unless,
shown unless,
so precious,
spoke unless,
to confess,
to office,
to open up,
token bus,
who profess,
whole genus,
so unless,
broken his,
motion is,
notion is,
now possess,
ocean is,
to possess,
who possess,
motion as,
spoken as,
those famous,
whose famous,
broken on,
broken up,
closed office,
coast office,
cola nut,
do justice,
hold office,
josef fuchs,
known jesus,
knows jesus,
kola nut,
local bus,
motion on,
no defence,
no justice,
post office,
quote jesus,
rolls office,
showed jesus,
shows jesus,
spoken on,
spoken up,
stone jesus,
to justice,
to put on,
to put up,
to run on


4 syllables:
above office,
arizona office,
parole office,
remote office,
suppose alice,
above unless,
alone unless,
approach unless,
promote venous,
unknown unless,
erosion is,
promotion is,
above jesus,
alone suffice,
approach jesus,
as cold as ice,
enclosed office,
holy office,
poker alice,
proposed office,
rideau canal,
suppose jesus


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