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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with conclusions:

2 syllables:
new ones,
you uns,
blue whales,
true bugs,
blues tunes,
choose as,
clues as,
cool as,
crew was,
flue gas,
food as,
food has,
group as,
group has,
jew was,
jews as,
knew was,
moon as,
moon has,
move as,
news as,
ou les,
proof as,
prove as,
room as,
room has,
rule as,
rule has,
school as,
school has,
smooth as,
soon as,
soul as,
soul has,
too was,
truth as,
truth has,
tube has,
use as,
use has,
view was,
viewed as,
views as,
you was,
blue as,
clue as,
due as,
few as,
grew as,
knew as,
new as,
too has,
true as,
view as,
view has,
you as,
you has,
huge sums,
school chums,
freud comes,
fruit comes,
group comes,
loose tongues,
proof comes,
school comes,
tooth combs,
tooth comes,
truth comes


3 syllables:
review comes,
abuse as,
as soon as,
human as,
human eyes,
produce as,
review was,
susan hayes,
susan knows,
withdrew funds,
abuse comes,
produce comes


4 syllables:
conclusion as,
conclusion has,
confusion as,
solution as,
solution has,
solution whose,
absolute as,
conclusion needs,
conclusion shows,
conclusion these,
conclusion those,
conclusion was,
confusion these,
confusion was,
diffusion phase,
molecule comes


5 syllables:
evolution as,
evolution has,
evolution whose,
resolution as


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