Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with endogenous:

3 syllables:
detain us,
judge unless,
sponge genus,
plush office,
chief office,
comet assay,
frazil ice,
genus sus,
u.s. office,
young office,
russia unless,
blood unless,
but jesus,
but unless,
dural venous,
judge justice,
son jesus,
stress unless,
struck jesus,
stuff unless,
was jesus,
when jesus,
young jesus,
britain is,
budget is,
button is,
given us,
retain his,
britain as,
britain has,
genus mus,
judge judges,
was famous,
britain on,
button on,
button up,
can adjust,
chilean nut,
come uppance,
coupled assay,
flood defence,
front office,
genus rhus,
genus zeus,
judge added,
nasal fossae,
parent office,
retain an,
shuttle bus,
sludge acid,
summon up,
trust office,
wales office,
young duchess,
fish genus,
new genus,
this genus,
lunch menus,
prussian hussars,
russian jewess

4 syllables:
algal genus,
acqua felice,
advice office,
alice alice,
office office,
urban office,
reduction assay,
added unless,
advice unless,
arise unless,
asset unless,
major office,
office unless,
unless jesus,
mollusk genus,
vena genus,
expression assay,
become famous,
cluttered office,
collar office,
extra guidance,
extra tonnage,
ireland office,
jewel office,
mother alice,
otas nevus,
other office,
quiet office,
royal office,
stuffy office,
trouble arise,
uncle enoch,
adult jesus,
assent unless

5 syllables:
equity office,
officer office,
reliable assay,
accompany us,
accurate unless,
addresses jesus

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