Word:   
Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with mosses:

2 syllables:
cause as,
cause has,
both as,
calm as,
car as,
car has,
data as,
dog has,
drama as,
far as,
far has,
from as,
from u.s.,
god as,
god has,
got as,
hot as,
job as,
job has,
john as,
john has,
not as,
rock as,
shot as,
spot as,
stock as,
stock has,
watch as,
whom has,
box as,
cost as,
crops as,
france as,
france has,
lost as,
once as,
rocks as,
ross was,
class as,
class has,
cross as,
glass as,
house as,
house has,
loss as,
loss has,
mass as,
pass as,
cause was,
gods as,
jobs as,
stars as,
arm as,
art as,
art has,
bar was,
block comes,
block was,
bob was,
bomb was,
car was,
charge as,
clock was,
crop was,
dark as,
dog was,
far was,
farm as,
from gas,
god was,
got was,
hard as,
heart as,
heart has,
hot tubs,
job was,
john was,
knock comes,
large as,
lodge was,
lot was,
mark as


3 syllables:
as far as,
canada as,
passage as,
passage has,
response as,
response has,
ago as,
apart as,
data has,
drama whose,
father as,
father has,
follow as,
iraq was


4 syllables:
another as,
another has,
canada has,
canada whose


Some other possibilities:

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