Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with logos:

6 letters:
yo yos

7 letters:
how tos,
no lose,
so does,
to lose,
to pose,
amos oz

8 letters:
who goes,
do those,
how does,
now does,
so those,
to those,
two rows,
who does,
who lose,
who rose,
one goes,
to whose,
no close,
so close,
to close

9 letters:
blow nose,
how those,
one knows,
one whose,
who chose,
who knows,
who shows,
two goals,
how close,
dow jones

10 letters:
blown nose,
blows nose,
alone does

11 letters:
cloth whose,
clown whose,
coach whose,
flows whose,
globe whose,
known whose,
knows whose,
prose whose,
shows whose,
slope whose,
stone whose,
those whose,
throw those,
whole whose,
broke those,
cloak close,
folks whose,
smoke holes,
smoke those,
spoke close,
spoke those,
boats whose,
chose those,
close those,
coach knows,
coast whose,
codes whose,
cones whose,
drove those,
above whose,
alone knows,
alone whose,
arose whose,
endow those,
above knows,
above shows,
above those,
adobe homes,
alone chose,
alone shows,
alone those,
arose those,
diode whose

12 letters:
growth whose,
throne whose,
clothe those,
embryo shows,
embryo grows,
broker whose,
revoke those,
denote those,
expose those

13 letters:
clothes whose,
plateau whose,
provoke those,
approach does,
compose those,
console those,
enclose those

14 letters:
approach whose,
approach shows,
approach those,
composer whose

15 letters:
enclosure whose

Some other possibilities:

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