Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with minos:

2 syllables:
queen knows,
queen whose,
routine whose,
scene whose,
screen whose,
surely knows,
dream whose,
realm whose,
scheme whose,
stream whose,
theme whose,
beauty shows,
beauty those,
breed whose,
by jose,
by those,
clique whose,
creed whose,
fleet whose,
greece whose,
greek whose,
league whose,
my toes,
peace whose,
piece whose,
roughly those,
see those,
sheep whose,
sheet whose,
speech whose,
steel whose,
street whose,
surely shows,
surely those,
teeth whose,
they chose,
they lose,
they rose,
thief whose,
three rows,
three shows,
trees whose,
wheel whose,
why does,
why those,
worry those,
beauty whose,
been those,
by whose,
clean homes,
clean those,
gene dose,
green shows,
lean tos,
led by the nose,
mean those,
means whose,
queen chose,
scene shows,
screen shows,
screen those,
spleen shows,
street knows,
teens whose,
three nodes,
three whose,
tween those,
beams whose,
dream homes,
dream shows,
dreams whose,
scheme shows,
schemes whose,
steam holes,
stream shows,
streams whose,
teams whose

3 syllables:
machine knows,
machine whose,
areas whose,
athlete whose,
belief whose,
chinese whose,
college whose,
degree those,
entries whose,
entry shows,
ideas whose,
athlete knows,
by a nose,
china whose,
degree nodes,
entry whose,
machine shows,
machine noise,
dreamer whose,
redeem those

4 syllables:
employee knows

Some other possibilities:

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See minos used in context: 3 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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