Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with thousands:

2 syllables:
brown hands,
hour hands,
own hands,
plough lands,
stout hands,
your hands,
brown sands,
house stands,
cross hands,
glass sands,
bought lands,
bound hands,
brown bands,
cloud bands,
crown lands,
own lands,
ploughed lands,
plowed lands,
blouse and,
crowd stands,
house and,
house brands,
mouse and,
mouse pads,
south stands,
spouse and,
strauss and,
all hands,
all lands,
black hands,
both hands,
broad hands,
clawed hands,
clock hands,
dab hands,
glad hands,
small hands,
square hands,
strong hands,
wash hands,
watch hands,
wrong hands,
cloud hangs,
mouth hangs,
black sands,
brass bands,
claps hands,
clasp hands,
class stands,
coarse hands,
coarse sands,
cross bands,
cross stands,
crossed hands,
glass stands,
grasp hands,
grass lands,
grass stands,
his hands,
house mounds,
loose sands,
mouth sounds,
passed hands,
pious hands,
place hands,
tar sands,
worse hands,
bows and,
cows and,
house ant,
straus and,
vows and,
bought and,
brought and,
brown and,
cloud and,
couch and,
crowd and,
crown and,
doubt and,
down and,
drought and,
drowned lands,
found lands,
four and

3 syllables:
enough hands,
dower lands,
our lands,
show of hands,
flower stands,
our hands,
power stands,
tower stands,
enough bonds,
japan hands,
chinese hands,
release hands,
about and,
aloud and,
devout and

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