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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cortex:

2 syllables:
for sex,
or sex,
store checks,
for ex,
for text,
or ex,
or text,
short necks,
more dense,
war debts,
cross checks,
for less,
forth thence,
horse sense,
more sense,
nor less,
or less,
or sense,
or sets,
wrong tense,
court tests,
for next,
for tests,
horse steps,
more steps,
or else,
or next,
score tests,
short dense,
short tests,
all debts,
called hence,
for test,
or test,
short texts,
small debts,
small dense,
all sense,
broad sense,
drawn thence,
false sense,
small sense,
strong fence,
strong sense,
talk sense,
talks sense,
trawl nets,
wrong sense,
cross sticks,
for books,
for six,
george hickes,
george hicks,
joss sticks,
more books,
or books,
or six,
store books,
store looks,
your sex,
board fence,
board helps,
court tells,
formed dense,
score tells,
short hairs,
short heads,
all else,
all steps,
all tests,
bourne whence,
broad steps,
course helps,
court erred,
court held


3 syllables:
support checks,
record checks,
before tests,
endorse checks,
perform checks,
report deaths,
report helps,
report tests,
support dense,
support helps,
support tests,
among dense,
shorter necks,
along fence,
depart hence,
lacrosse sticks,
support its,
record helps,
report tells,
among tests,
because tests,
dorset house


4 syllables:
pinafore dress


6 syllables:
defamatory sense


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