Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pneumothorax:

2 syllables:
block takes,
car tax,
cause takes,
chart takes,
from tax,
heart takes,
hot wax,
locke takes,
shock takes,
stock takes,
barth takes,
both banks,
cause cracks,
dog grass,
not tax,
scott takes,
bomb lance,
clog dance,
cocked hats,
hard hats,
not dance,
rock bass,
square dance,
laugh tracks,
mouth takes,
pop rocks,
south takes,
trash racks,
bar graphs,
block class,
cause banks,
charge takes,
clark takes,
clock class,
fog banks,
france takes,
from banks,
from facts,
guard takes,
hard wax,
harvey sacks,
lost wax,
not pass,
rock mass,
scotch banks,
spot pass,
stock banks,
stock class,
stock tanks,
top hats,
wharf rats,
bomb rack,
caused cracks,
drop pass,
france ranks,
from acts,
from mass,
knot grass,
large cracks,
lodge grass,
not taxed,
sharp cracks,
square brass,
star grass,
tom hanks

3 syllables:
passage takes,
towel racks,
father jacques,
father takes,
bourgeois class,
coffee sacks,
compare facts,
copper tacks,
cotton sacks,
drama takes,
loser takes,
model lacks,
novel lacks,
o'clock class,
o'clock mass.,
party hacks,
plato takes,
prophet takes,
response takes,
robert takes,
scholar takes,
solly sachs,
vapor takes,
wholly lacks,
arthur takes,
follow tracks,
storage racks

4 syllables:
another takes,
canada takes,
deposit takes,
piano takes,
potato sacks,
canada ranks

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