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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pumice:

2 syllables:
blue pus,
move us,
you thus,
blue ice,
chew ass,
thou must,
too must,
you must,
room is,
tomb is,
you miss,
room as,
room has,
tune ups,
boot ups,
booze bus,
crew cuts,
few men,
fruit twice,
knew just,
new man,
new men,
room on,
school bus,
shoot twice,
too much,
true man,
you just,
you men,
you much,
group must,
school must,
soul must,
truth must,
use must,
moon is,
choose his,
food is,
fruit is,
fuel is,
group is,
jews is,
knew this,
loop is,
moon as,
moon has,
move his,
move is,
news is,
pool is,
proof is,
prove his,
roof is,
root is,
rule is,
school is,
soon as,
soul is,
suit his,
suit is,
tool is,
tooth is,
truth is,
tube is,
use his,
use is,
view this,
views is,
you guess,
you this,
choose as,
clues as,
cool as,
crew was,
flue gas,
food as


3 syllables:
resume his,
assume an,
cuba is,
presume on,
pucca house,
consume twice,
gloomy gus,
houmas house,
human is,
newman house,
abuse is,
as soon as,
produce his,
produce is,
pursued his,
reduce his,
remove his,
renewed his,
review this,
abuse as


4 syllables:
arewa house,
absolute is,
molecule is,
absolute as


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