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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with logos:

2 syllables:
who goes,
blow nose,
blown nose,
cloth whose,
clown whose,
coach whose,
do those,
flows whose,
globe whose,
growth whose,
how does,
how those,
how tos,
known whose,
knows whose,
no lose,
now does,
one knows,
one whose,
prose whose,
shows whose,
slope whose,
so does,
so those,
stone whose,
those whose,
throne whose,
throw those,
to lose,
to pose,
to those,
two rows,
who chose,
who does,
who knows,
who lose,
who rose,
who shows,
whole whose,
yo yos,
one goes,
to whose,
two goals,
broke those,
cloak close,
folks whose,
how close,
no close,
smoke holes,
smoke those,
so close,
spoke close,
spoke those,
to close,
blows nose,
boats whose,
chose those,
close those,
clothe those,
clothes whose,
coach knows,
coast whose,
codes whose,
cones whose,
dow jones,
drove those


3 syllables:
above whose,
alone knows,
alone whose,
amos oz,
approach whose,
arose whose,
embryo shows,
endow those,
embryo grows,
plateau whose,
broker whose,
provoke those,
revoke those,
above knows,
above shows,
above those,
adobe homes,
alone chose,
alone does,
alone shows,
alone those,
approach does,
approach shows,
approach those,
arose those,
compose those,
console those,
denote those,
diode whose,
enclose those,
expose those


4 syllables:
composer whose,
enclosure whose


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