Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with gyrose:

2 syllables:
squire whose,
bride whose,
crime whose,
drive whose,
flies whose,
guide whose,
high dose,
high lows,
knife whose,
knight whose,
light whose,
night whose,
right whose,
scribe whose,
smile whose,
style whose,
tribe whose,
high roads,
white rose,
beings whose,
bribe those,
bright tones,
child does,
child whose,
cried those,
crime shows,
crimes whose,
drive those,
fight those,
files whose,
flight holes,
give those,
guide holes,
guide knows,
guide shows,
guide those,
guides whose,
guy rope,
height shows,
high road,
knights whose,
life does,
life goes,
light holes,
light shows,
light those,
light tones,
lights whose,
like those,
line shows

3 syllables:
desire whose,
empire whose,
alive whose,
briefly shows,
briefly those,
chiefly those,
decide whose,
design whose,
divine whose,
acquire homes,
acquire those,
admire those,
desire those,
empire shows,
advise those,
alive knows,
alive those,
aside those,
assign those,
buyer knows,
buyers whose,
chastise those,
combine those,
confine those,
decide those,
defied those,
define those,
delight those,
deprive those,
derive those,
describe those,
described whose,
design shows,
design those,
designs whose,
diode whose,
divide those,
driver whose,
excite those,
fiber whose,
fighter whose,
forgive those

4 syllables:
families whose,
signify those,
adviser whose,
designer whose,
desires whose,
empires whose,
families chose,
families shows

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