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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with vaudois:

2 syllables:
cloud top,
clouds are,
house swap,
mouse watch,
mouth wash,
crowd watched,
doubt cause,
doubt not,
ought not,
out both,
out not,
scout car,
brown rot,
count taaffe,
found are,
frown marred,
ground are,
ground hog,
hound dog,
hours are,
house not,
know from,
nouns are,
own car,
own cause,
prowl car,
snow from,
south lodge,
south molle,
town car,
towns are,
your car,
your cause,
your dog,
your god,
your job,
your mom,
out are,
out top,
cloud capped,
cloud drops,
cows are,
found both,
found cause,
found god,
found not,
four are,
ground fog,
ground rod,
ground shock,
grounds are,
house are,
house square,
house watched,
know god,
know not,
mouth washed,
round lot,
round shot,
round top,
show both,
show cause,
snow job,
sound cause,
sounds are,
south are,
south choir,
south wharf,
town are,
wound shock,
wounds are,
crowd wants,
crowds watched,
found washed,
know are,
know whom,
proud heart


3 syllables:
about both,
about cause,
about god,
about john,
about not,
account are,
enough from,
enough stock,
on your tod,
pronouns are,
about are,
about whom,
cacao pod,
compounds are,
enough cause,
enough not,
profound cause,
profound shock,
sour dock


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