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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with parsons:

2 syllables:
mock suns,
france cedes,
rock buns,
scotch tunes,
large sums,
stars as,
arm as,
art as,
art has,
bar was,
box as,
car was,
charge as,
crops as,
dark as,
far was,
farm as,
france as,
france has,
hard as,
heart as,
heart has,
large as,
large ones,
mark as,
marsh wrens,
once as,
par les,
park has,
part as,
part has,
rocks as,
scots tunes,
sharp as,
square was,
star was,
start as,
arts as,
car as,
car has,
cause comes,
far as,
far has,
parts as,
scarce funds,
block clubs,
choir sings,
dont les,
god loves,
sont les,
squash bugs,
crore tonnes,
four guns,
sparse hairs,
square cells,
stars comes,
block comes,
charge comes,
charm comes,
france comes,
gods as,
guard comes,
heart comes,
heart lungs,
honour comes,
jobs as,
knock comes,
march comes,
parched tongues,
sharp tongues,
shock comes,
stock comes,
block was,
bob was,
bomb was,
cause was


3 syllables:
remark comes,
apart as,
garden as,
garden hose,
garden whose,
johnson knows,
johnson noise,
johnson whose,
martin knows,
regard as,
response as,
response has,
as far as,
chosen as,
chosen whose,
passage comes,
remarks as,
dubois clubs,
o'clock comes,
regard comes,
response comes,
boston whose,
boxes whose,
carla hills


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