Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with homogeneous:

3 syllables:
rotten ice,
large genus,
bottom ice,
watch office,
block office,
causes us,
choir office,
data bus,
from office,
plaza office,
square office,
bar jesus,
barge office,
block unless,
cause unless,
cause venous,
charge office,
from jesus,
large office,
not unless,
stock unless,
toxin assay,
watch jesus,
charge unless,
large venous,
chosen is,
colon is,
common is,
often is,
though jesus,
chosen as,
common as,
data must,
often as,
often has,
box office,
chosen on,
common on,
france office,
gotten up,
guard office,
locked office,
martha alice,
naacp office,
not adjust,
not suffice,
often an,
often on,
saimaa canal,
scarce suffice,
wanted us,
cotton is,
moss genus,
new genus,
small genus,
blonde venus,
bottom roughness,
carte menus,
cause justice,
cause lameness,
caused jesus,
cotton on,
cotton up,
crops unless,
france unless

4 syllables:
passage jesus,
passage unless,
canada office,
osaka office,
bourgeois justice,
canada unless,
colony assay,
compare jesus,
embrace jesus,
often arise,
seront tenus,
causes arise,
guava juice,
losses arise,
macaca rhesus,
ottawa office,
passage added,
proper office,
sawarra nut,
apart unless,
charges arise,
common office,
father jesus,
father unless,
follow jesus,
follow unless

5 syllables:
another genus,
biologic assay,
another office,
chicago office,
miami office,
ctenophore genus,
acknowledge jesus,
another unless

6 syllables:
biological assay

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