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

6 letters:
in top

7 letters:
big top,
his top,
tip top,
its top,
hip hop

8 letters:
flip top,
gilt top,
skin pop,
whip top,
with top,
in sharp,
pit prop,
pit stop,
gin trap,
pint pot,
big tops,
in shock,
is sharp,
trip hop,
can drop,
can stop,
dust mop,
non stop,
it drops

9 letters:
synth pop,
twin prop,
drip drop,
pear drop,
will drop,
clip clop,
flip flop,
slip slop,
this crop,
will stop,
its sharp,
his sharp,
fish trap,
skin flap,
then stop,
ear drops,
kinds are,
lynch mob,
lindy hop,
their top

10 letters:
click stop,
prints are,
wrist drop,
wrist shot,
is stopped,
split shot,
with sharp,
sponge mop,
tipped cap,
is dropped,
it dropped,
into sharp,
ginger pop,
muffin top

11 letters:
built shops,
quilt shops,
drink shops,
sized shops,
paris shops,
quick sharp,
skin popped,
still sharp,
licks chops,
resin crops,
thin on top,
hindu shops,
visit shops,
winter crop

12 letters:
thrift shops,
jk flip flop,
sr flip flop,
licked chops,
skills sharp,
resist shock,
spinning top,
recent sharp,
appear sharp,
adding drops

13 letters:
since stopped,
chris stopped,
being dropped,
thing dropped,
being stopped,
appears sharp,
prevent sharp,
without sharp,
vitamin drops,
exhibit sharp

14 letters:
prince stopped,
firing stopped,
equipped shops,
window shopped,
caliche topped,
printing shops

Some other possibilities:

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