Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with xerox:

2 syllables:
where rocks,
where once,
air box,
fresh rocks,
pressure rocks,
spare socks,
them once,
yet once,
floor rocks,
sheer rocks,
bread box,
chair rocked,
check box,
death knocks,
dress socks,
head box,
press box,
sweat box,
sweat socks,
swell box,
dense rocks,
edged rocks,
share blocks,
shared locks,
here once,
phil ochs,
spare horse,
there once,
were once,
where horse,
bread shops,
head shops,
sweat shops,
where honour,
air sacs,
blair house,
chair backs,
chalk rocks,
climb rocks,
fair oaks,
gear box,
poor box,
shore rocks,
slick rocks,
sore hocks,
split rocks,
three rocks,
threw rocks,
throw rocks,
where house,
with rocks,
younger rocks,
air are,
belle france,
care are,
care costs,
chair parts,
check marks,
death marks,
dressed blocks,
elf locks,
french pox,
fresh crops,
fresh marks,
fresh shock,
fresh stocks,
health shocks

3 syllables:
excess stocks,
repair shops,
barry docks,
carry rocks,
collect rocks,
complex rocks,
ferry docks,
heavy rocks,
prairie fox,
pretty rocks,
recent rocks,
yellow rocks,
extra locks,
extra socks,
access slots,
aware ofthe,
hotel shops,
message is,
method is,
never once,
progress stops,
enough rocks,
repair takes,
assets stocks,
compel france,
heavy locks,
heavy shocks,
heavy socks,
jerry potts,
letter box,
level locks

4 syllables:
primary rocks,
ancienne france

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