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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with plaudits:

2 syllables:
aw shucks,
call ups,
toss ups,
taught us,
call us,
for ice,
for us,
half ass,
haul ass,
or ice,
tore ass,
called us,
saw dust,
saw us,
small ducts,
all its,
draws its,
for its,
half its,
nor its,
or its,
broad humour,
small lumps,
small pulse,
strong pulse,
warm ups,
all debts,
broad hints,
called its,
fraud is,
had us,
saw its,
small debts,
though its,
war debts,
broad as,
caught twice,
cross struts,
fought twice,
short cuts,
short putts,
small tufts,
though twice,
thought twice,
broad jumps,
called pulse,
calls us,
draw cut,
false scents,
for thus,
force us,
fraud on,
half assed,
hauls ass,
law but,
law must


3 syllables:
among us,
before us,
along its,
among its,
because its,
before its,
chawton house,
all a case,
augen gneiss,
caution is,
foreign house,
laurel house,
moral is,
trauma nurse,
wallace house,
warren house,
audit house,
withdraw its,
support us,
transport assay,
water butts,
water ice,
august house,
borden house,
dozen notes,
foreign knights,
foreign notes,
forest house,
forest is,
forget his,
forgot his,
format is,
gordon house,
jordan house,
laurel heights,
lowry assay,
moral heights


4 syllables:
forgotten his,
opossum mouse,
afforded us,
recorded his,
angora goats,
claudian house


5 syllables:
contadora peace


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