Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pathos:

2 syllables:
black coats,
had hopes,
patch choice,
at whose,
class whose,
glass whose,
graph whose,
grass whose,
mac os,
shall lose,
staff whose,
track whose,
add one,
allow one,
at home,
at one,
back home,
back one,
bad one,
black coach,
black coal,
black coat,
black code,
black hole,
black oak,
black one,
brash oak,
cat hole,
catch one,
flash showed,
had one,
jack oak,
match whole,
ram home,
sack coat,
shall loathe,
tap hole,
than one,
that home,
that hope,
that one,
that whole,
track coach,
what one,
bath house,
bath is,
path is,
at those,
catch those,
class those,
had those,
match those,
paths whose,
shall those,
smash those,
staff those,
than those,
that those,
track those,
what those,
at how,
at to,
back hoe,
basque coast,
bath note,
bath robe,
bath soap,
black cloaks,
black cow,
black folks,
black ghost,
black goats,
black notes,
black votes

3 syllables:
allow his,
allow us,
japan hopes,
japan notes,
shadow is,
haddo house,
attack whose,
japan knows,
japan whose,
attach those,
attack those,
combat those,
harass those,
surpass those,
allow choice,
allow its,
allow peace,
allow this,
allow voice,
allowed his,
allowed us,
allows us,
also his,
also is,
attack boats

4 syllables:
diplomat whose

Some other possibilities:

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