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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with columns:

2 syllables:
block comes,
knock comes,
shock comes,
stock comes,
hot tubs,
par les,
block clubs,
both as,
calm as,
car as,
car has,
cause as,
cause comes,
cause has

3 syllables:
column as,
column whose,
drama means,
o'clock comes,
column heads,
column names,
column needs,
column shows,
column was,
problem means,
solid means,
swollen knees,
colon shows,
common nouns,
latin nouns,
police seems,
rahmen eines,
squalid homes,
stolen hours,
stolen these,
swollen heads,
swollen nodes,
awful noise,
bottom halves,
bottom holes,
bottom phase,
bottom shows,
bottom these,
bottom was,
causes noise,
clara jones,
clonal lines,
drama moves,
drama turns,
facial lines,
fava beans,
got up nose,
jolla shores,
jonah jones,
mala fides,
model lines,
novel lines,
police cells,
police chose,
police shows,
police spies,
police these,
police those,
police was,
profile lines,
prophet knows,
solid doors,
solid heads,
solid hours,
solid phase,
solids whose,
spatial noise,
thomas haynes,
thomas innes,
thomas knows,
column is,
pollen cones,
pollen zones,
swollen hands,
as far as,
bottom jeans,
bottom lines,
canada as,
chosen as,
chosen means,
chosen whose,
column are,
column at,
column eight,
column height,
column in,
column of,
column on,
column or,
common as,
common means

4 syllables:
nevada mines,
kusana coins,
mokattam hills,
apostle means

5 syllables:
nishihara loans

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