Word:   
Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with deposits:

2 syllables:
cause us,
lock ups,
mock ups,
pop ups,
choc ice,
from us,
got us,
john huss,
not us,
slob ice,
stop us,
caused us,
both its,
from its,
got its,
not its,
b-b shot pulse,
b b shot pulse,
clock pulse,
sharp pulse,
shock pulse,
shot cuffs,
square pulse,
start ups,
cause his,
cause is,
cause as,
cause has,
cost us,
cause an,
hard ass


3 syllables:
causes is,
causes us,
loses his,
prepare us,
prophet is,
loses its,
chosen is,
nodded his,
solid house,
solid is,
awful house,
bottom ice,
bottom is,
colon is,
common house,
common is,
cottage house,
data base,
data bus,
follow ups,
model house,
model is,
natal house,
novel house,
novel is,
often is,
police house,
police is,
profile house,
profile is,
rotten ice,
slogum house,
thomas house,
thomas is,
waffle house,
chosen knights,
bhabha writes,
bourgeois parents,
common gnats,
cotton house,
cotton is,
data is,
data rates,
data sets,
data sheets,
data types,
drama is,
drama takes,
follow us


4 syllables:
deposit is,
elispot assay,
deposit takes,
deposit types,
canada goose,
canada rice,
lusaka peace,
mahratta horse,
marinara sauce,
canada house,
canada is,
canada notes,
canada takes,
deposit at,
deposit in,
deposit of,
deposit on


5 syllables:
enchilada sauce,
viscosity is,
alabama house


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