Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with form class:

2 syllables:
storm glass,
coarse glass,
fourth glass,
quart glass,
short glass,
formed glass,
or glass,
called glass,
coarse grass,
cord grass,
for mass,
formed clasp,
forth grass,
or mass,
short grass,
soft glass,
sword grass,
walled glass,
horse brass,
short brass,
drawn glass,
strong glass,
broad glass,
claude glass,
gauge glass,
quartz glass,
schott glass,
short glance,
small glass,
force blacks,
forms passed,
forms takes,
short blast,
short cracks,
storm tracks,
arm clasp,
board lacks,
court lacks,
for blacks,
or pass,
salt grass,
short lapse,
soft grass,
storm passed,
art glass,
large glass,
sharp glass,
force cross,
george cross,
long grass,
north cross,
short cross,
strong grass,
broad grass,
drawn brass,
for last,
or cast,
or last,
scorched grass,
small grass,
storm lasts,
strong brass,
tall grass

3 syllables:
vycor glass,
basalt glass,
foreign glass,
perform cross,
because glass,
borate glass,
porous glass,
reforms passed,
morton klass,
normal glass,
story glass,
reform passed,
reform takes,
stormy blast,
among grass,
dozen glass,
support cross,
transformed mouse,
transport cross,
before last,
forage grass,
frosty glass,
gall of glass,
morning mass.,
reform camps

4 syllables:
enormous glass,
enormous lapse

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