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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with jacobs:

2 syllables:
black cause,
add ons,
at odds,
strap ons,
black cards,
black dogs,
brass knobs,
glass knobs,
snack bars,
squad cars,
takes odds,
had cause,
shall cause,
slack caused,
that cause,
what cause,
black hours,
black ops,
plaque cores,
slack hours,
stock cars,
walk ons,
back once,
at arms,
at johns,
black art,
black heart,
flash modes,
flat rods,
graham argues,
jack arch,
plant awns,
show cause,
at cards,
at los,
back yards,
bank cards,
black cock,
black cod,
black guards,
black stars,
black swans,
blank cards,
cash cards,
chaque homme,
flash cards,
frank argues,
glass squares,
lakhs acres,
rack car,
track stars,
fag hags,
all odds,
class hours,
from mars,
grab bags,
long odds,
pot odds,
saw logs,
square rods,
staff hours,
that adds,
that hangs,
and cause,
at once,
chance cause,
crash caused,
flat topped,
glass caused,
grams carbs,
grand cause,
had caused,
had once


3 syllables:
classic cars,
attack caused,
classic cause,
dragon whose,
atom has,
napalm bombs,
palace whose,
enough cause,
unlike hobbes,
abstract modes,
although hobbes,
cachar hills,
compass cards,
lukacs argues,
many jobs,
bourgeois modes,
combat hours,
enough bombs,
abstract cause,
attacks cause,
exact cause,
facie cause,
japan caused,
latter cause,
nature cause,
sir jack hobbs


4 syllables:
really cause


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