Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with greek chorus:

2 syllables:
my course,
three corps,
very coarse,
by courts,
three courts

3 syllables:
very cautious,
piece of ass,
by lawrence,
steel caucus,
creek forest,
speech corpus,
by morris,
by foreign,
by moral,
by warren,
field of ice,
keith wallace,
three foreign,
tree sorrel,
degree course,
oblique course,
sleek horses,
three courses,
beach lawrence,
beech forest,
by august,
by oral,
green forest,
lee de forest,
queen hortense,
reine hortense,
seed coral,
seemed cautious,
speak foreign,
steep forest,
steve lawrence,
by police,
steel lattice,
three police

4 syllables:
a piece of ass,
bovine corpus,
complete corpus,
extreme moral,
supreme moral,
degree courses,
college lawrence,
friar laurence,
friar lawrence,
highly cautious,
highly porous,
snowy forest,
chinese anise

5 syllables:
transferee foreign,
transferee forum,
pliocene floras,
unduly cautious

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