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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with warrants:

2 syllables:
though parents,
false scents,
all fronts,
all parents,
broad fronts,
for ice,
for parents,
for us,
george arents,
hmong parents,
or ice,
or parents,
small lumps,
store fronts,
taught parents,
thought parents,
tore ass,
wrong parents,
broad hints,
strong hints,
aw shucks,
call ups,
corn husks,
small ducts,
small tufts,
strong gusts,
toss ups,
black currants,
for its,
nor its,
or its,
short hints


3 syllables:
foreign knights,
foreign notes,
warrant is,
warren notes,
dozen notes,
foreign off1ce,
foreign voice,
forest house,
forest is,
laurel heights,
lawrence house,
moral heights,
moral lights,
torah writes,
warren chase,
along fronts,
among parents,
because parents,
before parents,
before us,
foreign boats,
foreign debts,
foreign hosts,
foreign house,
foreign rates,
foreign rights,
foreign rites,
foreign roots,
foreign sites,
foreign taste,
foreign tax,
foreign thoughts,
foreign types,
foreign whites,
gordon notes,
jordan notes,
morgan notes,
norman knights,
organ notes,
warren house,
warren truss,
warren writes,
forum choice,
torah makes,
august house,
choral piece,
choral voice,
horrid oaths,
moral choice,
moral lapse,
moral peace,
moral voice,
oral herpes,
porous space,
smallest house,
sorrel horse,
sorrel sauce,
barren heights,
because rents,
before its,
bourgeois parents,
enough parents,
story hints


4 syllables:
angora goats,
forgotten peace,
forgotten piece,
pandora press,
abortion choice


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