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

2 syllables:
will lose,
being whose,
bridge whose,
cousin whose,
him whose,
in whose,
it owes,
paris whose,
parish whose,
ridge whose,
singh whose,
smith whose,
sphere whose,
spring whose,
string whose,
strip whose,
there whose,
thing whose,
witch whose,
with those,
with whose,
bills whose,
click close,
drill holes,
hills whose,
mills whose,
quick close,
skills whose,
stick close,
still chose,
still does,
still knows,
still shows,
still those,
fl. oz,
fl oz,
shell whose,
aiding those,
being those,
big toes,
brick homes,
bridge those,
bring those,
cheer those,
christ whose,
cliff rose,
climb those,
did those,
drill hole,
fig.1 shows,
fig.2 shows,
fig.3 shows,
fig.4 shows,
fig.5 shows,
fig.6 shows,
fig.7 shows,
fig.8 shows,
firing those,
here does,
here goes,
hiring those,
his foes,
his nose,
his toes,
if those,
in homes,
in rows,
in those,
is those,
it chose


3 syllables:
appear whose,
asking whose,
career whose,
virgin whose,
fulfil those,
fulfill those,
killer whose,
until those,
hotel whose,
uncle whose,
addict whose,
adding those,
admit those,
appear those,
appeared whose,
appears whose,
asking those,
bidder whose,
career roles,
career shows,
cherish those,
clear those,
commit those,
conflict whose,
enrich those,
equip those,
exist whose,
forbid those,
issue whose


4 syllables:
consider whose


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See pillows used in context: 26 rhymes, 3 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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