Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with magnus:

5 letters:
at us

6 letters:
ask us,
at bus,
had us

7 letters:
than us,
and ice,
past us,
cat ice,
fat ass,
warn us,
asks us,
bag man,
bag was,
at dusk,
at just,
cap nut,
rags on,
tag rag

8 letters:
drag ass,
takes us,
at twice,
fast ice,
grant us,
had thus,
land ice,
jack ass,
pack ice,
torn ass,
asked us,
flag was,
and thus,
drags on,
drags up,
had just,
palm nut,
shag rag,
shag rug,
that non,
after us

9 letters:
drags ass,
passed us,
that thus,
black ice,
brash ice,
patch ice,
trash ice,
plan must,
that must,
what must,
had twice,
pan dulce,
ragged on,
than just,
that cuts,
that just,
attack us,
magnet is,
plasma is,
allows us,
candy ass

10 letters:
black rust,
class must,
jack truss,
staff must,
dragged on,
than twice,
that sucks,
that trust,
contact us,
allowed us,
anchor ice,
carried us,
carries us

11 letters:
pratt truss,
black crust,
black ducks,
class twice,
danse russe,
flagg young,
plant twice,
hanna house,
alpha house,
camphor ice,
rapid assay

12 letters:
plaque assay,
brass knucks,
black eunuch,
graham cutts,
passed twice,
rapped twice,
tapped twice,
dragging ass,
factor assay

13 letters:
black eunuchs,
sphagnum moss,
extract twice,
capture assay,
miranda house

14 letters:
attacked twice

16 letters:
square roughness

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