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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cystose:

2 syllables:
is toast,
christ whose,
his toes,
being toast,
his notes,
his post,
his tone,
paris notes,
swiss stone,
this coast,
this post,
this stone,
christ to,
christ who,
crisp toast,
his hopes,
his to,
is to,
list to,
paris to,
this to,
twist to,
his choice,
his voice,
this choice,
this does,
this voice,
big toes,
his foes,
his nose,
is those,
paris knows,
paris shows,
pin toes,
risc os,
script whose,
this shows,
being towed,
bliss wrote,
built whole,
chris spoke,
chris wrote,
cliff notes,
fin toed,
his boat,
his coach,
his coat,
his goal,
his mode,
his note,
his phone,
his road,
his robe,
his role,
his vote,
in gross,
in jokes,
in post,
in tone,
into one,
is known,
is shown,
is snowed,
king post,
paris known,
paris showed,
paris wrote,
prick post,
quick notes,
rib roast,
ring tone,
shrill notes,
smith notes,
spit roast,
split votes,
stick notes,
swing votes,
swiss roll,
thick ropes,
this boat,
this code,
this goal,
this load,
this loan,
this mode,
this note,
this road

3 syllables:
exist whose,
into his,
into us,
minto house,
exist to,
addict whose,
conflict whose,
window is,
adding notes,
commit gross

4 syllables:
francisco house,
unfulfilled hopes

Some other possibilities:

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