Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bibulous:

3 syllables:
sheer malice,
since alice,
think alice,
with malice,
cousin alice,
being famous,
bring jesus,
built office,
click menus,
did jesus,
filled office,
fish genus,
hills office,
his famous,
if jesus,
in jesus,
is famous,
is jesus,
its office,
print office,
sized office,
skilled office,
still famous,
there jesus,
thick mucous,
thing jesus,
this famous,
this genus,
touching jesus,
were famous,
which jesus,
will suffice,
with jesus,
ships unless,
bills unless,
brick office,
built unless,
christ unless,
click office,
drink unless,
given us,
guilt unless,
hiring office,
his office,
in office,
int'l ass'n,
isa bus,
killed unless,
lives unless,
missed unless,
paris office,
parish office,
print unless,
signed unless,
since unless,
skills unless,
swiss office,
things unless,
think unless,
this office,
visit us,
which office,
years unless,
flourish unless,
it unless,
michael hulse,
middle fossae,
paris unless,
there unless,
thing unless,
bear malice,
being jealous

4 syllables:
until alice,
equipped office,
transcription assay,
adding menus,
asking jesus,
benign mucous,
careers office,
until jesus,
berlin office,
career office,
clinical assay,
conflict unless,
convict unless,
exist unless,
fulfilled unless,
little alice,
manila office,
sister alice,
subsist unless,
appear unless,
career unless,
miller alice

5 syllables:
nondescript office,
familiar office,
opinion arise,
continue unless,
curriculum is,
exhibit unless

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