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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lipless:

2 syllables:
fill ups,
whipped ass,
whips ass,
kill us,
turing plus,
whip ass,
beer guts,
beer nuts,
big bucks,
build ups,
ear muffs,
firing pulse,
his pulse,
it cuts,
mix ups,
quick puffs,
quick pulse,
which cuts,
wing nuts,
being less,
him less,
if less,
in less,
is less,
it less,
were less,
with less,
being thus,
bids us,
big ups,
brings us,
chin ups,
drift ice,
him thus,
in posse,
in thus,
is thus,
it thus,
it twice,
kicked ass,
kicks ass,
pick ups,
shift assay,
sit ups,
stick ups,
thick clumps,
thick crusts,
were thus,
which thus,
will thus,
gill less,
skill less,
still less,
big ass,
bring us,
chewing ass,
hear us,
his ass,
in ice,
in us,
kick ass,
kiss ass,
near us,
tearing ass,
trip let,
with ice,
with us


3 syllables:
transmit pulse,
appear less,
assist us,
business house,
business is,
citrus sauce,
convince us,
discuss his,
illness is,
islam is,
michael hulse,
shipka pass,
sickness is,
thickness is,
witness his,
witness is,
asking us,
device is,
hillel house,
listless voice,
on thin ice,
whipping ass,
whipple house,
wireless mouse,
wireless voice


4 syllables:
vanilla sauce,
description is,
forgiveness is,
transcription assay,
religious house,
stimulus is,
vitamin assay


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