Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with focus on:

3 syllables:
coke oven,
open an,
so sudden,
soda can,
to retain,
to summon,
wrote helen,
locus in,
bowed assent,
no comment,
notice when,
noticed an,
spoke russian,
stroke command,
to a man,
to command,
to comment,
to consent,
broken in,
local in,
notice in,
spoken in,
to come in,
to lessen,
whole lesson,
hogan ben,
broken up,
ch'oe ch'unghon,
close button,
closed helen,
coat button,
could detain,
folsom man,
gross asset,
known russian,
knows russian,
motion can,
no defence,
notice as,
notice has,
one uses,
open when,
opened an,
phone button,
scroll button,
should detain,
showed sudden,
spoken as,
spoken up,
stone ovens,
those russian,
those sudden,
to britain,
to come up,
to jesus,
to let run,
whole russian,
whose sudden,
woken up,
would detain,
wrote bacon,
smoke ascend,
folk custom,
chown command,
close command,
honest man

4 syllables:
provoke comment,
revoke command,
revoke consent,
approaches can,
alone retain,
associa tions,
josiah allen,
josiah cotton,
people an,
promote button,
reload button,
remote button,
rideau canal,
social lion,
toward helen,
unknown russian,
above command,
above comment,
alone command,
boca raton,
broken earthen,
broken even,
broken nation,
broken open,
console command,
explode command,
focal lesion

5 syllables:
arizona cotton,
mucosa often

6 syllables:
butanoic acid,
decanoic acid,
heptanoic acid

7 syllables:
heptadecanoic acid

8 syllables:
aminoalkanoic acid

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