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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with beaux arts:

2 syllables:
co opts,
flow charts,
go carts,
go karts,
those hearts,
throw darts,
two parts,
whole hearts,
whose hearts,
co ops,
cow sharks,
known hosts,
so once,
who once,
who wants,
growth charts,
known parts,
no art,
no heart,
prose parts,
quote parts,
shows parts,
thofe parts,
those parts,
to art,
to heart,
two shots,
who art,
whole parts,
whose parts,
wrote parts,
two acts,
who acts,
bred to arms,
to arms,
two arms,
who argues,
two months,
who argued,
are parts,
as parts,
blue hearts,
of parts,
off the charts,
on parts,
plow horse,
three hearts,
two sorts,
blow hard,
how hard,
no hard,
so hard,
co host,
co opt,
coach wants,
cow pox,
do harm,
gross costs,
growth costs,
growth marks,
known costs,
known marks,
no harm,
one wants,
p.o. box,
phone costs,
po box,
quote marks,
shoe box,
showed marks,
shows costs,
shows marks,
stone giants,
stone marks,
those costs,
those marks,
those wants

3 syllables:
approach charts,
remote hosts,
above parts,
embryo heart,
embryo starts,
glowing hearts,
hobart house,
lower parts,
remote parts,
stony hearts,
trombone parts,
unknown parts,
destroy parts,
above costs,
alone costs,
alone marks,
approach marks,
hogarth house,
holy arks,
joanne yates,
lower castes,
lower costs,
lower marks

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