Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with precious:

2 syllables:
blood assay,
dumb ass,
get us,
jan hus,
let us,
love us,
put us,
russia as,
brush on,
brush up,
bust ass,
but thus,
but twice,
ca resp,
can thus,
crush on,
cut ups,
has thus,
hush hush,
hush up,
la plus,
loved us,
loves us,
run ups,
russia on,
tut tuts,
was thus,
when thus,
gua sha,
judge is,
much his,
much is,
such is,
bare ass,
big ass,
blood is,
bring us,
bus is,
but his,
but is,
chewing ass,
chief is,
club is,
cup is,
cut his,
cut is,
dam is,
done his,
done is,
drug is,
drum is,
flung his,
gas is,
get his,
get is,
glare ice,
gun is,
has his,
has is,
hear us,
his ass,
hung his,
in ice,
in us,
judge as,
judge has,
kick ass,
kill us,
kiss ass,
lead us,
leg is,
let his,
love his,
love is,
lung is,
man his,
man is

3 syllables:
russia house,
russia is,
acid dust,
below us,
buddha is,
cover ass,
extra bucks,
prussian house,
russian house,
acid is,
added his,
advice is,
as much as,
asking us,
asset is,
become his,
begun his,
compel us,
ended his,
ion is

4 syllables:
accurate assay,
arusha peace

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See precious used in context: 92 rhymes, 69 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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