Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with croissants:

2 syllables:
two cents,
go nuts,
no buts,
to parents,
two fronts,
two parents,
blow chunks,
close ups,
one ups,
roll ups,
two cups,
gross rents,
gross sense,
no sense,
now since,
so since,
to sense,
two sets,
who sets,
who sits,
shows parents,
shows us,
those parents,
whose parents,
blow ups

3 syllables:
broken nights,
cohen notes,
cola nuts,
golan heights,
kola nuts,
logan heights,
moment his,
moment is,
open its,
roman knights,
opened his,
poland is,
bholan pass,
bolan pass,
broken hopes,
broken horse,
broken loose,
broken necks,
broken oaths,
broken piece,
broken the ice,
broken voice,
cloven hoofs,
honest house,
noble heights,
noticed his,
open case,
open face,
open this,
opens his,
plateau pulse,
quota rights,
roman horse,
roman mass.,
roman pace,
roman peace,
romance is,
solan goose,
spoken verse,
spoken voice,
stomach hurts,
token bus,
trojan horse,
woven piece,
xhosa chiefs,
arose since,
plateau since,
frozen hearts,
frozen meats,
above us,
broken boots,
broken gates,
broken hearts,
broken hints,
broken his,
broken house,
broken lights,
broken meats,
broken roots,
broken twice,
cohen writes,
dosage is,
dosage rates

4 syllables:
component is,
aloha shirts,
promotion piece,
unbroken horse,
unbroken peace,
coconut ice,
component takes,
component types,
components is,
corrosion rates,
corrosion takes,
corrosion types

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