Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with squawk box:

2 syllables:
small pox,
cross fox,
drawn fox,
fault rocks,
gauge cocks,
small rocks,
strong shocks,
draught ox,
fault blocks,
gauge blocks,
shore rocks,
small blocks,
sore hocks,
broad farce,
cough drops,
drawn lots,
draws lots,
long shots,
small knots,
small shops,
soft tops,
though france,
though scarce,
black fox,
black locks,
black rocks,
black socks,
broad backs,
shock jocks,
strong backs,
horn pox,
small parks,
cross marks,
draw lots,
dwarf phlox,
for marx,
for once,
fort knox,
gauge marks,
george fox,
moss phlox,
pork chops,
score marks,
shorn locks,
short locks,
short socks,
small crops,
small flocks,
small stocks,
source rocks,
store stocks,
strong marks,
talk through arse,
back blocks,
stack blocks,
called blocks,
cross bronx,
dog pox,
short barks,
short blocks,
talk bomb,
though costs,
carp pox,
dog fox,
fowl pox,
mouse pox,
all walks,
black dots,
block shots,
brass locks,
broad walks,
brown locks

3 syllables:
among rocks,
absorb shocks,
among blocks,
water pox,
among crops,
among stocks,
basalt rocks,
because once,
because stocks,
mossy rocks,
record locks,
smaller rocks,
stronger shocks,
transport docks,
water fox,
basalt blocks,
longer blocks,
smaller blocks,
storey blocks,
story blocks,
support blocks,
transport blocks,
water clocks,
water ox,
along walks,
attack crops,
before tax

5 syllables:
transitory shocks

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