Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with extrados:

2 syllables:
god does,
god whose,
block whose,
both those,
cause whose,
clock whose,
from whose,
square whose,
stock whose,
watch whose,
blonde whose,
god knows,
guard whose,
john does,
modes whose,
whom does,
cloud whose,
crowd whose,
law does,
caste whose,
giant whose,
heart whose,
not lose,
not pose,
not those,
plots whose,
scott chose,
scott shows,
spots whose,
square toes,
block codes,
block shows,
block those,
blocks whose,
bog rose,
bomb holes,
cause those,
charge whose,
choir robes,
clock shows,
cop rose,
crops whose,
dog rose,
france whose,
from those,
knock holes,
knock those,
rock rose,
rocks whose,
shock those,
shops whose,
square holes,
square shows,
squares whose,
stars whose,
stock shows,
stocks whose,
trois poemes,
watch shows,
watch those,
bonds whose,
cards whose,
caused those,
god who,
guard those,
guards whose,
large dose

3 syllables:
moloch whose,
passage whose,
bourgeois whose,
strata whose,
ago as,
compare those,
declare those,
donor whose,
drama whose,
embrace those,
father whose,
females whose,
follow as,
passage shows,
prepare those,
response whose,
scholar whose,
unlock those,
whereupon those,
beyond whose,
bodies whose,
bois de rose,
bourgeois homes,
father does,
method does

4 syllables:
canada whose,
another whose,
chicago whose,
volcano whose,
zulfikar ghose,
canada shows,
dorado hills,
embody those

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