Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with slip noose:

2 syllables:
fish mousse,
click choose,
il duce,
still choose,
tearing loose,
thick loose,
will choose,
with loose,
hip boots,
ripped loose,
slipped loose,
this news,
with news,
bring suits,
chipped tooth,
drip loop,
fill boots,
hip boot,
hip roof,
his boots,
ileal loops,
it suits,
kicked loose,
pitch roofs,
prince reuss,
quick boost,
routing loops,
spring shoots,
string loops,
tears loose,
thick boots,
thick roots,
thick soups,
things loose,
which suits,
winged goose,
with roots,
bring new,
bring proofs,
hipped roofs,
his new,
if new,
is new,
it knew,
it new,
near new,
thick spruce,
this new,
touching proofs,
were new,
which new,
with new,
bull moose,
hair mousse,
can choose,
cook goose,
cut loose,
fen goose,
foot loose,
get loose,
hung loose,
let loose,
shook loose,
sprung loose,
swung loose,
then choose,
ware goose,
be in shoes,
cousin louise,
did use,
fill shoes,
gym shoes,
his move,
his shoes,
his use,
ill use

3 syllables:
career boost,
commit troops,
flowing loose,
flying loose,
hindu house,
killer loose,
little loose,
lying loose,
prying loose,
silly goose,
staying loose,
unbid suits,
until noon,
until roots,
adding new,
chicken mousse,
clear proofs,
equipped troops,
issue is,
tissue is,
until loops,
become loose

4 syllables:
continue his,
residue is

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