Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with phosgene:

2 syllables:
hox gene,
bog bean,
both been,
drop scene,
far been,
john keane,
not been,
not mean,
not seen,
not sign,
once seen,
star sign,
stop sign,
arp jean,
once been,
cause means,
block means,
from green,
locke means,
locke meant,
not clean,
not meant,
prof. green,
prom queen,
scotch marine,
scotch queen,
scott green,
scott leaned,
square green,
square means,
stock means,
tom green,
house scene,
this gene,
bar screen,
charge means,
charged scene,
choir screen,
crops meant,
drops green,
france means,
france meant,
large green,
large marine,
large means

3 syllables:
madame jeanne,
bizarre scene,
liang chien,
closely in,
closely on,
horace green,
army in,
army on,
bizarre speech,
chaddocks sign,
coffee bean,
compare means,
declare clean,
dollar sign,
embrace these,
father rhine,
fava bean,
halo sign,
java bean,
johnny keane,
molly keane,
neon sign,
only an,
only in,
only on,
only one,
party in,
party on,
passage means,
passage meant,
proper scene,
rarely in,
robert heine,
squarely in,
squarely on,
amoss sign,
closely and,
closely than,
cocteau jean,
coffee in,
coffee on,
coffee urn,
copy in,
dual screen,
folly in,
foster lean,
harlow jean,
marker gene,
mostly in,
mostly on

4 syllables:
calabar bean,
another scene,
another sign,
chicago scene,
potato bean

Some other possibilities:

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