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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dow jones:

2 syllables:
low tones,
no bones,
those zones,
to bones,
two zones,
stone homes,
those homes,
whose homes,
smoke holes,
those holes,
two goals,
two nodes,
two poles,
two roads,
two roles,
two vols,
coach whose,
who chose,
who shows,
blow nose,
blown nose,
broke bones,
cloth whose,
clown whose,
do those,
float loans,
flows whose,
globe whose,
gross loans,
growth cones,
growth whose,
growth zones,
home loans,
how does,
how those,
how tos,
known whose,
knows whose,
low dose,
no lose,
nose cones,
now does,
one knows,
one whose,
prose whose,
shows whose,
slope whose,
so does,
so those,
stone whose,
those bones,
those loans,
those whose,
throne whose,
throw stones,
throw those,
to lose,
to pose,
to those,
two holes,
two rows,
who does,
who goes,
who knows,
who lose,
who rose,
whole tones,
whole whose,
whose bones,
whose tones,
yo yos,
to whose,
throw coins,
coach roads,
owned homes,
wrote holmes

3 syllables:
adobe homes,
approach whose,
embryo shows,
above whose,
alone knows,
alone whose,
amos oz,
arose whose,
endow those,
lower tones,
lower zones,
plateau whose,
approach goals,
approach holds,
approach roads,
motor homes,
snowshoe hares,
solar homes,
above goals,
above holds,
above roles,
alone holds,
alone owned,
blowing holes

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