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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with byblos:

2 syllables:
bribe those,
might lose,
scribes whose,
strike close,
tribes whose,
high lows,
light blows,
scribe whose,
slight blows,
smile whose,
strike blows,
style whose,
thyme blows,
tribe whose,
pipes whose,
types whose,
beings whose,
child does,
child whose,
cried those,
crime shows,
crimes whose,
drive those,
fight those,
files whose,
give those,
guide knows,
guide shows,
guide those,
guides whose,
height shows,
knights whose,
life does,
life goes,
light shows,
light those,
lights whose,
like those,
line shows,
lines whose,
lived whose,
might those,
mind does,
mines whose,
night shows,
night those,
pines whose,
price shows,
price those,
prize those,
quite knows,
quite those,
right psoas,
right shows,
right those,
rights whose,
rites whose,
sides whose,
sight those


3 syllables:
describe those,
described whose,
prescribe those,
bible whose,
recipe shows,
acquire those,
admire those,
advise those,
alive knows,
alive those,
aside those,
assign those,
chastise those,
combine those,
confine those,
decide those,
defied those,
define those,
delight those,
deprive those,
derive those,
design shows,
design those,
designs whose,
desire those,
divide those,
empire shows,
excite those,
forgive those,
patronize those,
provide those,
recite those,
refine those,
relive those,
revise those,
revive those,
rewrite those


4 syllables:
families chose,
families shows,
reconcile those,
redefine those


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