Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with Odets:

2 syllables:
lock ups,
mock ups,
pop ups,
got us,
not us,
cause us,
choc ice,
from us,
john huss,
slob ice,
stop us,
caused us,
hard ass,
lard ass,
got its,
not its,
both its,
from its,
b-b shot pulse,
b b shot pulse,
shot cuffs,
start ups,
clock pulse,
sharp pulse,
shock pulse,
square pulse,
god is,
had us,
rod is,
cost us,
god as,
god has,
not thus,
smart ass,
want us

3 syllables:
nodded his,
model house,
model is,
prepare us,
prophet is,
modest house,
wada test,
bottom ice,
bottom is,
cottage house,
data base,
data bus,
natal house,
rotten ice,
solid house,
solid is,
awful house,
causes is,
causes us,
chosen is,
colon is,
common house,
common is,
follow ups,
loses his,
novel house,
novel is,
often is,
police house,
police is,
profile house,
profile is,
slogum house,
thomas house,
thomas is,
waffle house,
canada as,
data is,
data rates,
data sets,
data sheets,
data types,
latin notes,
arden house,
bhabha writes,
bourgeois parents

4 syllables:
elispot assay,
canada goose,
canada rice,
deposit is,
canada house,
canada is,
canada notes,
canada takes,
mahratta horse,
lusaka peace,
marinara sauce,
regarded his,
remodeled house,
canada based,
canada faced,
canada first,
canada looks

5 syllables:
enchilada sauce,
alabama house

Some other possibilities:

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