Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with callose:

2 syllables:
shall lose,
at whose,
class whose,
glass whose,
graph whose,
grass whose,
mac os,
staff whose,
track whose,
shall those,
valve whose,
allow one,
and does,
and whose,
at those,
bang goes,
black codes,
black crows,
black holes,
black homes,
black shows,
blacks whose,
branch whose,
catch those,
chaque chose,
chat shows,
clans whose,
class chose,
class homes,
class knows,
class shows,
class those,
craft whose,
dance whose,
gangs whose,
gland whose,
glass shows,
graph shows,
graphs whose,
had those,
jack rose,
map shows,
match shows,
match those,
paths whose,
plans whose,
plant whose,
plaque shows,
range whose,
shaft whose,
shall loathe,
smash those,
staff chose,
staff knows,
staff shows,
staff those,
staffs whose,
than does,
than those,
that does,
that goes,
that knows,
that rose,
that shows,
that those,
track shows,
track those,
tract whose,
what does,
what goes,
what those

3 syllables:
attack whose,
japan knows,
japan whose,
alloy whose,
valley whose,
value whose,
arrow whose,
attach those,
attack shows,
attack those,
combat those,
compass rose,
happy whose,
harass those,
japan chose,
japan shows,
ladder whose,
latter whose,
manner whose,
matter whose,
nature whose,
rabbi whose,
shadow whose,
stature whose,
surpass those,
allies whose,
allow these

4 syllables:
diplomat whose,
diplomats whose

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