Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with home office:

3 syllables:
focus assay,
now famous,
open ice,
so famous,
to jesus,
two famous,
wrote alice,
josef fuchs,
no defence,
to confess,
who profess,
stomach is,
known genus,
known jesus,
known unless,
phone unless,
shown unless,
so much as,
stone jesus,
broken the ice,
chrome alum,
close unless,
cloth unless,
cola nuts,
do justice,
growth unless,
knows jesus,
kola nuts,
local bus,
no justice,
quote jesus,
showed jesus,
shows jesus,
so precious,
spoke unless,
those famous,
to justice,
todas las,
token bus,
whole genus,
whose famous,
close defence,
could suffice,
homes unless,
should suffice,
so unless,
to adjust,
whole defence,
whose defence,
would suffice,
blown a kiss,
blows a kiss,
broken his,
closes his,
dosage is,
focus is,
moses is,
motion is,
noted is,
notice is,
notion is,
now possess,
ocean is,
one uses,
open his,
to possess,
total is,
who possess,
bone up on,
coded as,
focus has

4 syllables:
suppose alice,
alone suffice,
alone unless,
unknown unless,
above jesus,
above unless,
approach jesus,
approach unless,
as cold as ice,
poker alice,
promote venous,
suppose jesus,
toward alice,
exposed mucous,
gopher menus,
proposed defence,
stomach juice,
approaches is,
destroy jesus,
devoted his,
erosion is,
promotion is,
proposal is,
alone added,
denoted as

5 syllables:
diploma thesis,
fibroma virus,
sarcoma virus

6 syllables:
chromosomal locus

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