Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with laos:

2 syllables:
frock coats,
got oats,
a great gross,
a gross,
en brosse,
of gross,
on gross,
block whose,
both those,
cause whose,
clock whose,
from whose,
god does,
god whose,
square whose,
stock whose,
watch whose,
block coal,
bob hope,
bog hole,
bog oak,
dog hole,
follow one,
frock coat,
from home,
from one,
got home,
got one,
hop pole,
knot hole,
not home,
not hope,
not one,
pot hole,
shot hole,
square one,
top hole,
whom one,
a box,
alms box,
an ox,
are lots,
are once,
are scarce,
as france,
as once,
assure france,
block quotes,
block votes,
cause gross,
dog who,
en france,
from coast,
from gross,
from how,
from post,
god who,
got to,
hot to,
huang ho,
ice box,
ideal spots,
john foxe

3 syllables:
bourgeois whose,
ago is,
follow his,
follow is,
follow us,
hollow house,
plato is,
spaso house,
bourgeois house,
haddo house,
bourgeois homes,
moloch whose,
passage whose,
dubois wrote,
ago this,
borrowed house,
chaco peace,
compare notes,
father hopes,
follow its,
follow peace,
follow this,
follow ups,
followed his,
followed us,
follows his,
follows is,
gaetano pesce,
hollow peace,
hollow piece,
hollow voice,
khotso house

4 syllables:
chicago house,
chicago is,
volcano house,
chicago heights,
chicago peace

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