Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with spinous:

2 syllables:
jan hus,
dumb ass,
blood assay,
get us,
let us,
love us,
put us,
can thus,
run ups,
when thus,
done his,
done is,
gun is,
in ice,
in us,
man his,
man is,
men is,
pen is,
ran his,
run his,
run is,
son is,
sun is,
then his,
then is,
tion is,
when his,
when is,
won his,
can as,
done as,
man as,
man has,
men as,
men has,
ran as,
run as,
son as,
son has,
sun as,
sun has,
then as,
then has,
when as,
ban on,
ben nut,
bust ass,
but thus,
but twice,
ca resp,
can an,
can on,
con el,
con un,
cut ups,
done an,
done on,
done up,
gen up,
gun on,
has thus,
la plus,
lain up,
loved us,
loves us,
man an,
man on,
man up,
men on,
pen up,
qua non,
ran an,
ran on,
ran up,
run an,
run on,
run up,
son on,
sun on,
sun up,
then an,
then on,
then up,
ton up,
tut tuts

3 syllables:
begun his,
ion is,
on thin ice,
begun as,
acid dust,
begun on,
below us,
buddha is,
cover ass,
extra bucks,
russia house,
russia is

4 syllables:
vitamin assay,
accurate assay

Some other possibilities:

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