Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with household:

2 syllables:
blouse would,
house could,
house should,
house would,
mouse could,
mouse should,
mouse would,
schoolhouse should,
spouse could,
spouse should,
spouse would,
strauss could,
strauss would,
gauze should,
klaus would,
bought should,
bought would,
brought could,
brought should,
brought would,
brown could,
brown mould,
brown should,
brown would,
browne could,
browne would,
cloud could,
cloud rolled,
cloud should,
cloud would,
couch would,
crowd could,
crowd should,
crowd would,
crown could,
crown should,
crown would,
doubt could,
doubt should,
doubt would,
drought could,
drought should,
drought would,
four fold,
froude would,
grout should,
grown should,
grown would,
mouth could,
mouth should,
mouth would,
out cold,
out would,
pouch should,
scout could,
scout should,
scout would,
shout would,
south could,
south should,
south would,
throughout should,
throughout would,
town would,
trout could,
trout should,
trout would,
vowed would,
browse mode,
doubts could,
doubts should,
doubts would,
douche should,
grown old,
house owned,
house showed,
mouths could,
mouths should,
mouths would,
ounce would,
plough could,
plough should,
plough would,
scouts could,
scouts should,
scouts would,
shouts could,
snow mold,
spouse owned,
sprouts should

3 syllables:
about would,
aloud should,
aloud would,
about old,
enough could,
enough should,
enough would,
prowess could,
prowess would,
whereabouts could

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See household used in context: 18 rhymes, 15 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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