Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with reflux:

2 syllables:
young bucks,
young ducks,
stuff looks,
la plus,
blood pulse,
flood pulse,
punch ups,
stress pulse,
young jewess,
blood looks,
chief books,
judge looks,
tongue licks,
bust ass,
but thus,
but twice,
butt chunks,
can thus,
chalk bluffs,
cut ups,
get lumps,
has thus,
loved us,
loves us,
plugged ducts,
run ups,
tut tuts,
was thus,
when thus,
young monks,
young punks,
cuff links,
ml lex,
tongue flicks,
youthful looks,
puff leg,
blood assay,
blood lust,
chief eunuch,
dumb ass,
get us,
jan hus,
let us,
love us,
put us,
youthful lusts,
big bucks,
blood picks,
blunt hooks,
bug fix,
but less,
but six,
can fix,
chalk cliffs,
chief since,
chief whips,
dunne books,
dutch books,
has less,
has six,
judge books,
much less,
psalm books,
quorum books,
some books,
some less,
some six,
stuff since,
such books

3 syllables:
extra bucks,
bloody flux,
alice looks,
office looks,
adult bucks,
adult ducks,
mature bucks,
rubber ducks,
ruddy ducks,
tummy tucks,
beautiful house,
beautiful is,
beautiful jewess,
become monks,
coupla weeks,
couple bucks,
cullen house,
frazil ice,
helen house,
puddle ducks,
sea ducks,
supply us,
tufted ducks,
adult ticks,
advice books,
alice books,
become less,
extra clips,
extra tricks,
office books,
unwin books

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