Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with blankets:

2 syllables:
graham cutts,
that cuts,
ask us,
back ups,
hang ups,
tax cuts,
black ice,
frank luntz,
jack ass,
pack ice,
pan dulce,
plaque assay,
black ducks,
black eunuchs,
brass knucks,
that sucks,
and ice,
frank comes,
gland ducts,
grant us,
land ice,
at bus,
at twice,
black currants,
drags ass,
fast ice,
grass tufts,
had thus,
passed us,
past us,
pratt truss,
smash ups,
takes us,
that thus,
valve shuts,
back its,
bank is,
rank is,
tank is,
bank as,
bank has,
drag ass,
rank as,
than us,
asked us,
asks us,
at us,
bank can,
bank on,
bank up,
brash ice,
cat ice,
crank up,
drank up,
fat ass,
frank l.,
had cut,
had us,
langue comme,
patch ice,
stan getz,
stank hen,
tank up,
that cut,
trash ice,
and its,
that gets,
what gets,
cast its,
passed its,
shot cuffs,
slang sense,
strong pulse

3 syllables:
attack us,
drank a toast,
packet is,
ranken towse,
angel is,
angle is,
hamlet is,
contact us,
falcon house,
magnet is,
takes a toss,
anchor ice,
backup piece,
basket case,
blanket of,
blanket tight,
bracken house,
habit is,
lanka since,
nature cults,
enhance its,
expand its,
japan comes

4 syllables:
triangle is,
calcutta house,
commanded his,
enchanted house

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