Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with rock cress:

2 syllables:
drop press,
stop press,
naacp press,
not guess,
cause press,
from rest,
hot press,
loch ness,
not press,
not rest,
square press,
stock whence,
wash. press,
block rests,
hoc est,
locks press,
park press,
box is,
cocked his,
honour is,
rocks is,
block check,
block where,
bomb chest,
both sets,
box set,
cause chest,
cause deaths,
cause whence,
caused deaths,
clock where,
cot deaths,
far less,
far west,
from less,
from thence,
from west,
from whence,
giant chess,
god bless,
homme n'est,
hot desk,
knock dead,
lot less,
month hence,
not less,
not rare,
shock where,
slop chest,
spot checks,
square sense,
square test,
stock check,
stock share,
stock where,
terrace steps,
back rest,
bar is,
black press,
block is,
car is,
choc ice,
clock is,
far is,
shock is,
smock race,
square is,
star is,
stock is,
aquae sextiae,
arm rest,
block head,
block tests,
bonne presse

3 syllables:
bourgeois press,
lllinois press,
bizarre dress,
tiaa cref,
occur rence,
o'clock this,
bedrock where,
carla hesse,
depart hence,
gaetano pesce,
madame cesar,
retrace steps,
compare his,
declare his,
prepare his,
prepare us,
sagar press,
bizarre sense,
bourgeois sense

4 syllables:
iraqi press,
another guess,
chicago press,
otago press,
another press,
canada press

5 syllables:
alabama press

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