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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tissues:

2 syllables:
his shoes,
his use,
this news,
this use,
be in shoes,
cousin louise,
did use,
fill shoes,
gym shoes,
his soul,
his suit,
ill use,
in use,
is soon,
split hooves,
still use,
there rules,
thick shoes,
this soon,
this soul,
this suit,
were jews,
which shews,
which use,
will use,
with jews,
with news,
with use,
his rooms,
his tools,
his views,
is used,
its use,
paris blues,
swiss rules,
la luz,
when news,
gib boom,
jib boom,
his as,
his ease,
his eyes,
his size,
is as,
paris as,
paris whose,
this as,
this has,
this size,
fills shoes,
being used,
bit too,
brick flues,
brick tombs,
bridge rules,
bring suit,
built tombs,
chih fu,
chill rooms,
click tools,
drift tubes,
ear tubes,
filled shoes,
firing rules,
fish pools,
fish soup,
flint tools,
gym suit,
here used,
him soon,
his boot,
his food,
his huge,
his move,
his room,
his rule


3 syllables:
tissue as,
tissue has,
tissue whose,
issue as,
issue has,
issue whose,
tissue cause,
tissue heals,
tissue phase,
tissue shows,
tissue was,
extra shoes,
alice louise,
tissue is,
adding rooms,
adding rules,
career moves,
clear clues,
clear pools,
clear rules,
clear soup,
clear views,
flying hooves


4 syllables:
continue as


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