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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with hiatus:

2 syllables:
get us,
let us,
put us,
st. vitus,
st vitus,
tight ass


3 syllables:
high office,
diet is,
quiet as,
cried alice,
diet on,
final assay,
flight office,
life office,
night office,
price office,
prime office,
prize office,
quiet on,
quiet tongue,
reich office,
right office,
style office,
thine office,
virus assay,
while alice,
quiet trust,
bias is,
lion is,
pay office,
trial is,
trial as,
dial up,
rya rug,
trial on,
climate is,
hyatt house,
quiet house,
diet was,
hybrid assay,
private as,
bright rufous,
crime unless,
drive unless,
fight unless,
flight unless,
light unless,
like jesus,
lined office,
might adjust,
might suffice,
night jesus,
night unless,
price menus,
price unless,
quiet but,
quiet humour,
quiet sun,
quiet young,
quite famous,
right unless


4 syllables:
chiefly office,
provided us,
chiefly famous,
design office,
divine office,
excise office,
fire office,
provide office,
supplies office,
unlike alice,
quiet office,
briefly assess,
survey office,
accurate assay,
alive unless,
aside unless,
buyer unless,
combined office,
crises arise,
decline unless,
declined office,
describe jesus,
design unless,
designed office,
divine jesus,
higher office,
minor office,
provide defence,
provides office,
reliant on


5 syllables:
entire office,
variety is,
desired office,
enquiry office,
entire genus,
entire mucous,
families adjust,
families unless,
reliable assay


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