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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with synchronous:

3 syllables:
think jesus,
click menus,
think alice,
drink unless,
think unless,
brings jesus,
his precious,
is precious,
things jesus,
this precious,
with precious,
being famous,
being greatest,
his greatness,
bring jesus,
fish genus,
risks unless,
thick mucous,
thing jesus,
things precious,
think justice,
thinks jesus,
this genus,
touching jesus,
since famous,
brick office,
click office,
given us,
hiring office,
its famous,
kicked some ass,
ring canal,
since jesus,
things unless,
think russia,
will confess,
christ jesus,
fixed office,
killed jesus,
spitz nevus,
years jesus,
children is,
children as,
children has,
his famous,
his greatest,
in jesus,
interest us,
is famous,
is greatest,
print office,
since alice,
still famous,
there unless,
thing unless,
this famous,
were famous


4 syllables:
adding menus,
extinct genus,
asking jesus,
children arise,
transcription assay,
growing greatness,
career office,
conflict unless,
convict unless,
thinking unless,
depict jesus,
benign squamous,
mollusk genus,
appear unless,
benign mucous,
career unless,
invasion assay,
liber primus,
single office,
window menus



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