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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with print shop:

2 syllables:
in top,
synth pop,
twin prop,
big top,
built shops,
flip top,
gilt top,
his top,
quilt shops,
skin pop,
thrift shops,
tip top,
whip top,
with top,
drip drop,
in sharp,
pear drop,
will drop,
click stop,
clip clop,
flip flop,
its top,
jk flip flop,
pit prop,
pit stop,
slip slop,
sr flip flop,
this crop,
will stop,
gin trap,
drink shops,
licked chops,
sized shops,
its sharp,
pint pot,
prince stopped,
prints are,
since stopped,
skills sharp,
wrist drop,
wrist shot,
big tops,
chris stopped,
hip hop,
his sharp,
in shock,
is sharp,
is stopped,
paris shops,
quick sharp,
skin popped,
split shot,
still sharp,
trip hop,
with sharp,
can drop,
being dropped,
can stop,
dust mop,
fish trap,
non stop,
skin flap,
sponge mop,
then stop,
thing dropped,
tipped cap,
being stopped,
ear drops,
firing stopped,
is dropped,
it dropped,
it drops,
kinds are,
licks chops,
lynch mob


3 syllables:
equipped shops,
into sharp,
appears sharp,
resin crops,
resist shock,
spinning top,
thin on top,
prevent sharp,
recent sharp,
hindu shops,
lindy hop,
window shopped,
appear sharp,
caliche topped,
ginger pop,
their top,
visit shops,
winter crop,
without sharp,
adding drops,
muffin top,
printing shops


4 syllables:
vitamin drops,
exhibit sharp


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