Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with police force:

3 syllables:
pollen source,
slalom course,
solid course,
solid source,
data source,
stolen horse,
causes false,
bottom course,
chosen course,
chosen source,
common course,
common source,
glottal source,
latin course,
latin source,
model course,
model source,
novel course,
novel source,
often coarse,
often false,
plotted course,
losses forced,
chosen horse,
common horse,
drama course,
largest horse,
model forced,
often forced,
pommel horse,
problem source,
solid form,
spotted horse,
bonus for,
harness horse,
problem forced,
towel horse,
awful thoughts,
common thoughts,
common walks,
naval talks,
novel thoughts,
often talks,
balance source,
ballet corps,
cautious course,
gallant horse,
not enforce,
salad course,
valid source,
pollen cores,
pollen falls,
solid cores

4 syllables:
canada source,
quality source,
solid torus,
mahratta horse,
marinara sauce,
solid forest,
bourgeois discourse,
embolic source,
thomas maurice,
thomas morris,
thomas morus,
thomas norris

5 syllables:
ecology course,
geology course,
italian corps,
italian source,
anomalous course,
enchilada sauce,
tenacious efforts,
thessalian horse

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