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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with closets:

2 syllables:
both sets,
trois cents,
from hence,
square sense,
terrace steps,
bad debts,
both its,
class sense,
from its,
got its,
not its,
saw sense,
cause deaths,
cause whence,
caused deaths,
cot deaths,
far less,
from less,
from thence,
from whence,
loch ness,
lot less,
month hence,
not less,
spot checks,
stock whence,
armed hosts,
four sets,
lost its,
of costs,
on costs,
once its,
or sets,
terrace heights,
terrace sites,
that sets,
this sets,
three sets,
two sets,
who sets,
aquae sextiae,
block rests,
block tests,
cost less,
dock cress,
drop press,
hoc est,
large debts,
large sense,
months hence,
mot test,
not guess,
not test,
quod est,
rock cress,
sharp sense,
shock tests,
spot test,
square tests,
squares sense,
stop press,
all else,
cloud decks,
for ex,
knock heads,
lock ups,
mock ups,
or else,
or ex,
pop ups,
shall hence,
snow fence

3 syllables:
bizarre sense,
bourgeois sense,
process is,
retrace steps,
data sets,
onset is,
enough sense,
bizarre cells,
bizarre dress,
depart hence,
lowell house,
passage helps,
powell house,
barnett house,
bonnet piece,
bourgeois press,
dollar debts,
gospel is,
lllinois press,
process choice,
process seeks,
process since,
process source,
process space,
proper sense,
response helps

4 syllables:
another sense,
processor is

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