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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sucrose:

2 syllables:
chuck close,
cup rose,
mus rose,
rush rose,
struck close,
struck those,
stuck close,
sun rose,
then rose,
trucks whose,
la rose,
musk rose,
succour those,
truck roads,
truck rolls,
truck whose,
drugs whose,
pug nose,
blood shows,
blood those,
but does,
but goes,
but shows,
but those,
can lose,
chief knows,
clubs whose,
colleague whose,
cousins whose,
crush those,
deuce knows,
don jose,
front whose,
get those,
judge chose,
judge knows,
judge those,
let those,
love does,
man does,
man goes,
much does,
mural shows,
parent whose,
pronoun whose,
pulse whose,
put those,
rub nose,
rum nose,
san jose,
scales whose,
sergeant whose,
seule chose,
shrubs whose,
skull shows,
snub nose,
stress shows,
stress those,
stuff those,
then does,
then goes,
then those,
thus does,
tongue shows,
touches those,
trunk hose,
trust whose,
tut nose,
twice those,
up those,
wales whose,
when does,
when those,
blood grows,
shrub grows,
tongue grows

3 syllables:
conduct whose,
extra close,
extra muros,
product whose,
acids whose,
added those,
adult whose,
alice knows,
arise those,
become those,
ended those,
entice those,
excel shows,
excel those,
expel those,
ireland whose,
office chose,
office knows,
office shows,
office those,
result whose,
uncle knows,
undone those,
unless those

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