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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with show time:

2 syllables:
snow tyre,
count times,
four times,
own times,
own name,
chow line,
chow mein,
cloud height,
snow line,
brown eyes,
crown height,
four eyes,
owl like,
own eyes,
snow white,
your eyes,
your right,
at times,
bought him,
brought him,
brought home,
brought shame,
cat thyme,
though times,
ground thyme,
stout twine,
bought right,
bought while,
bought white,
brought light,
brought right,
brought while,
brought white,
brown eye,
brown slime,
doubt might,
doubt right,
doubt tried,
doubt while,
drought might,
house style,
mouth tight,
out like,
out right,
out while,
scout knife,
stout fight,
stout white,
throughout chile,
throughout life,
throughout while,
trout might,
wrought wire,
your eye,
your high,
bouts rimes,
hours times,
not aim,
round times,
that aim


3 syllables:
about times,
enough times,
enough crime,
about crime,
amount times,
mao tai,
our times,
power times,
enough fight,
enough light,
enough might,
enough night,
enough right,
enough sight,
enough while,
enough white,
about him,
about whom,
default times,
sao tome,
about nine,
about five,
about life,
about light,
about like,
about right,
about types,
about while,
about white,
enough height,
around times,
without rhyme



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