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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pro-choice:

2 syllables:
no choice,
go voice,
low voice,
no voice,
to voice,
whose choice,
known voice,
one voice,
phone voice,
whose voice,
no noise,
to join,
two boys,
blown oil,
bone oil,
choke coil,
coal oil,
road oil,
rose oil,
shoe boil,
to boil,
choice choice,
coach house,
free choice,
her choice,
my choice,
patch choice,
to chase,
to choose,
who choose,
no joy,
choked voice,
could voice,
cow boy,
po boy,
rolls royce,
toned voice,
two points


3 syllables:
above choice,
lower voice,
remote voice,
unknown voice,
allow choice,
narrow choice,
voter choice,
approach is,
enough choice,
offer choice,
josiah royce,
allow voice,
composed voice,
croaky voice,
growing voice,
hollow voice,
knowing voice,
lowered voice,
mellow voice,
sober voice,
throaty voice,
allows choice,
approach points,
local choice,
noble choice,
social choice,
voting choice


4 syllables:
employee choice,
giacomo joyce,
soprano voice



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