Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with brazos:

2 syllables:
raise hopes,
phase whose,
phrase whose,
plays whose,
brave hopes,
naive hopes,
phase one,
says one,
stray notes,
vague hopes,
raise goats,
raised hopes,
brave voice,
gave voice,
grave voice,
place whose,
space whose,
suave voice,
brain knows,
brain whose,
brake hose,
case one,
chain whose,
claim whose,
eight whose,
face soap,
faith those,
faith whose,
flame whose,
frame whose,
grade whose,
gray sole,
may lose,
may pose,
place one,
place whole,
plain whose,
plane whose,
plate whose,
scale whose,
shape whose,
slave whose,
snake whose,
spain whose,
stage whose,
state whose,
strain whose,
trade whose,
train whose,
trait whose,
way does,
weigh those,
weight whose,
brain known,
cake hole,
came home,
came one,
chain known,
clay loam,
day coal

3 syllables:
always hopes,
arrays whose,
always one,
contain notes,
maclay coast,
malay coast,
survey notes,
allay those,
betray those,
campaign whose,
debate whose,
delay those,
domain whose,
estate whose,
female whose,
portray those,
replace whole,
survey shows,
survey those,
today knows,
today shows,
today those,
array shown,
became one,
became whole,
campaign known,
contain known,
contain one,
contain whole,
conway wrote,
create one,
create whole

4 syllables:
japanese whose,
japanese oak,
uncertain hopes,
japanese boats,
japanese coast,
japanese who,
faraway voice,
predicate whose

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