Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pump house:

2 syllables:
young mouse,
duck louse,
plump out,
some doubts,
thump out,
trump out,
can pass,
then pass,
bus pass,
his spouse,
let pass,
plum sauce,
some loss,
then pour,
young grouse,
bummed out,
c57bl/6j mouse,
cirrus pouch,
combs out,
come down,
comes out,
douglas pouch,
drummed out,
drums out,
dumb down,
dumbed down,
some doubt,
some four,
thumb piece,
run outs,
bum out,
comb out,
come out,
cut outs,
drum out,
dumb show,
flump down,
jump down,
jumped out,
jumps out,
plump down,
pumped out,
pumps out,
put outs,
some show,
thumped out,
up out,
bourbon sauce,
chewing louse,
choron sauce,
sprung mass,
sung mass,
blood loss,
book louse,
click mouse,
club moss,
deer mouse,
duck sauce,
fish louse,
foot louse,
fudge sauce,
head louse,
judge watts,
la crosse,
love lass,
much loss,
such loss,
swiss mouse,
wood louse,
wood mouse,
can doubt,
can your,
done your,
fen fowl,
flunk out,
gun down

3 syllables:
extra mouths,
sea mouse,
cotton mouse,
adult mouse,
become your,
mature mouse,
mother mouse,
tucker mouse,
become pious,
become proud,
beloved spouse,
extra mouth,
flea louse,
other spouse,
royal spouse,
sea louse,
unsprung mass,
alfa grass,
atelets sauce,
extra class,
extra cross,
extra glass,
extra ounce

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