Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with questions:

2 syllables:
press comes,
air guns,
press studs,
best as,
chest as,
dress as,
french as,
less as,
press was,
rest as,
test as,
test has,
west as,
west has,
bread comes,
breath comes,
chest touches,
death comes,
flesh comes,
press as,
press has,
share comes,
shell combs,
shell comes,
smell comes,
thread comes,
threat comes,
pressure hulls,
his guns,
mess tins,
chair rungs,
check comes,
chez les,
dress comes,
guest comes,
hence comes

3 syllables:
question as,
question has,
question knows,
question whose,
access comes,
progress comes,
success comes,
access funds,
address as,
assessed as,
excess funds,
expressed as,
progress was,
success was,
progress as,
progress has,
question does,
question hangs,
question needs,
question shows,
question these,
question those,
question was,
questioned as,
success as,
success has,
convex hulls,
express genes,
possess genes,
address comes,
complex comes,
defense comes,
direc tions,
essay comes,
mention has,
messiah comes,
request comes,
section as,
section has,
section whose

4 syllables:
suggestion as,
suggestion has,
suggestion needs,
suggestion was,
suggestions as,
attention as,
attention has,
collection as,
collection has,
collection whose,
conception whose,
connection whose,
convention as,
convention has,
convention whose,
direction as,
direction whose,
election as,
election whose,
perception as,
perception whose,
perfection as,
professor comes,
protection as

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