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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with choices:

6 letters:
oil as,
boy as,
joy as,
do was,
ho was,
one as,
so was,
to was


7 letters:
boys as,
boy was,
joy was,
oil has,
soil as,
void as,
boy has,
oil gas,
oil was,
does as,
goes as,
pose as,
rose as,
boat as,
code as,
goal as,
home as,
hope as,
how was,
joe was,
note as,
now was,
one has,
pope as,
road as,
role as,
rome as,
tone as,
two was,
vote as


8 letters:
voice as,
noise as,
soil has,
boys was,
choy sum,
coin was,
point as,
soil was,
voice on,
chose as,
close as,
grows as,
shows as,
blow gas,
blow was,
code has,
flow was,
goal has,
home has,
known as,
pope has,
quote as,
road has,
role has,
shown as,
spoke as,
stone as,
arose as,
above as,
alone as


9 letters:
choice as,
voice has,
voice was,
noise was,
choice on,
joined as,
point has,
points as,
growth as,
stone has,
throat as,
throne as,
above has,
alone has,
remote as


10 letters:
choice was,
growth has


11 letters:
voice comes,
employed as,
approach as


12 letters:
choice comes,
destroyed as,
employed was,
voices whose,
approach has,
employees as,
employee was,
employer was,
employee has,
employer has


13 letters:
poisson noise


Some other possibilities:

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