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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with phronesis:

3 syllables:
focus assay,
known office,
loan office,
phone office,
to jesus,
known jesus,
stone jesus,
home office,
the home office,
coach office,
globe office,
now famous,
open ice,
so famous,
two famous,
whole office,
whose office,
wrote alice,
one uses,
do justice,
known genus,
known unless,
knows jesus,
no justice,
phone unless,
quote jesus,
showed jesus,
shown unless,
shows jesus,
to justice,
to office,
blown a kiss,
focus is,
notice is,
focus has,
notice as,
notice has,
todas las,
bone up on,
broken the ice,
close unless,
closed office,
cloth unless,
coast office,
cola nuts,
focus on,
gross asset,
growth unless,
hold office,
josef fuchs,
kola nuts,
local bus,
no defence,
notice on,
post office,
rolls office,
shown a leg,
so precious,
spoke unless,
stone added,
those famous,
to confess,
token bus,
who profess,
whole genus,
whose famous,
genus sus,
to assess,
who uses


4 syllables:
arizona office,
above office,
parole office,
remote office,
suppose alice,
above jesus,
alone suffice,
alone unless,
approach jesus,
suppose jesus,
unknown unless,
destroy jesus,
as cold as ice,
above unless,
alone added,
approach unless,
enclosed office,
holy office,
poker alice,
promote venous,
proposed office,
toward alice,
unknown nodal,
us post office,
arizona since,
ketone acids,
knowing jesus,
showing jesus,
above justice,
allow jesus


5 syllables:
diploma thesis


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