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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with spoonfuls:

2 syllables:
group tours,
school tours,
spruce woods,
jeunes filles,
strewn hills,
room full,
coon foot,
boott mills,
bruce tells,
freud tells,
fuel cells,
loose scales,
new skills,
school bells,
school bills,
smooth cells,
smooth shells,
tooth shells,
truth tells,
knew full,
too full

3 syllables:
consume goods,
produce goods,
remove goods,
balloon cells,
maroon bells,
cartoon films,
reduce fares,
reduce fears,
remove cells,
remove shells,
renewed fears,
review skills,
spherule cells,
cartoon books,
consumed goods,
gloomy woods,
sumer goods,
tribune books

4 syllables:
consumer goods

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