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

7 letters:
or mass,
or pass,
or cast,
or last

8 letters:
or glass,
for mass,
for last

9 letters:
arm clasp,
art glass

10 letters:
cord grass,
soft glass,
for blacks,
salt grass,
soft grass,
long grass,
tall grass

11 letters:
storm glass,
quart glass,
short glass,
forth grass,
short grass,
sword grass,
horse brass,
short brass,
drawn glass,
broad glass,
gauge glass,
small glass,
forms takes,
short blast,
board lacks,
court lacks,
short lapse,
large glass,
sharp glass,
force cross,
north cross,
short cross,
broad grass,
drawn brass,
small grass,
storm lasts,
vycor glass,
story glass,
among grass,
dozen glass,
before last

12 letters:
coarse glass,
fourth glass,
formed glass,
called glass,
coarse grass,
formed clasp,
walled glass,
strong glass,
claude glass,
quartz glass,
schott glass,
short glance,
force blacks,
forms passed,
short cracks,
storm tracks,
storm passed,
george cross,
strong grass,
strong brass,
basalt glass,
borate glass,
porous glass,
morton klass,
normal glass,
reform takes,
stormy blast,
forage grass,
frosty glass,
reform camps

13 letters:
foreign glass,
perform cross,
because glass,
reform passed,
support cross,
gall of glass,
morning mass.

14 letters:
scorched grass,
reforms passed,
enormous glass,
enormous lapse

15 letters:
transport cross

17 letters:
transformed mouse

Some other possibilities:

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