Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with snow-capped:

2 syllables:
cloud capped,
brown heart,
mouse heart,
own heart,
proud heart,
stout heart,
your heart,
house stopped,
know not,
mouth popped,
own cost,
black art,
black heart,
flat topped,
plough court,
rock art,
show card,
brows arched,
crowd watched,
found art,
four most,
four part,
house locked,
house rocked,
house watched,
mouse hearts,
mouth locked,
mouth washed,
out most,
own hearts,
own most,
own part,
proud hearts,
sound heart,
stout hearts,
throughout most,
your hearts,
your most,
your part,
screw capped,
brown rot,
brown stopped,
crowd stopped,
doubt not,
ground dropped,
house costs,
house croft,
house dropped,
house not,
mouth dropped,
mouth stopped,
ought not,
out not,
out top,
pound chopped,
round topped,
show cause,
all art,
all lost,
at heart,
cause heart,
for art,
for heart,
from art,
from heart,
from most

3 syllables:
about art,
about heart,
devout heart,
enough heart,
enough not,
tower topped,
about most,
coward heart,
devout hearts,
enough marked,
enough parts,
enough start,
our most,
our part,
power chart,
stouter heart,
about costs,
about not,
enough cause,
enough crops,
enough shots,
flower pot,
our art,
our heart,
our host,
our lot,
power costs,
power not,
tower karst,
towers topped,
because heart,
bizarre giant,
enough short

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