Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sunglasses:

3 syllables:
tongue classes,
some classes,
chief classes,
mural classes,
rural classes,
trunk passes,
blood gasses,
front passes,
tumour masses,
pulse passes,
rugged masses,
rugged passes,
string classes,
swing classes,
fresh glasses,
his glasses,
moneyed classes,
parent classes,
shell glasses,
spring grasses,
thick glasses,
bunch grasses,
then passes,
truck passes,
blood passes,
judge passes,
rural masses,
young pages,
clink glasses,
drink glasses,
strong glasses,
front pages,
c with classes,
his classes,
pitch classes,
risk classes,
share classes,
skill classes,
where classes,
cuts losses

4 syllables:
opaque glasses,
extra glasses,
urban classes,
algal classes,
asset classes,
extra classes,
cover glasses,
juice glasses,
shutter glasses,
cupping glasses,
conduct passes,
product passes,
summer classes,
adult classes,
collar classes,
color classes,
conduct classes,
cotton grasses,
cover classes,
major classes,
opaque masses,
other classes,
product classes,
summer grasses,
upper classes,
urban masses,
added masses,
cereal grasses,
vulgar masses,
broken glasses,
cutting classes,
dozen glasses,
prism glasses,
seven glasses,
using classes,
vision glasses,
colored glasses,
coloured glasses,
couple glasses,
dessert glasses,
fluted glasses,
hungry masses,
metal glasses,
needed glasses,
orange patches,
pebble glasses,
porous glasses,
safety glasses,
special glasses,
uncle abbas,
access classes,
entrance losses,
product matches,
product pages,
result matches,
result pages

5 syllables:
entity classes,
commercial glasses,
envious glances

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