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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with Perspex:

2 syllables:
her six,
first his,
first is,
first six,
her since,
nurse picked,
nurse since,
nurse thinks,
verse since,
worse since,
worst is,
younger since,
nurse is,
verse is,
birth since,
births since,
blurred since,
church since,
curve since,
earth since,
heard since,
learn since,
search ships,
search since,
serve writs,
served its,
stirred since,
third since,
turks since,
turned its,
work since,
worked its,
works since,
worth since,
younger prince,
nurse checks,
nurse looks,
curb bits,
words pierce,
birds is,
church thinks,
curves is,
durch nichts,
earned his,
earth fixed,
earth mixed,
earth sinks,
firms is,
first ships,
first since,
fleur de lis,
girls is,
heard this,
her lips,
jerked his,
learn this,
learn tricks,
learned his


3 syllables:
offer since,
prayer sticks,
reverse links,
reverse splits,
reverse this,
person picks,
player picks,
reverse is,
alert since,
diverse books,
experts since,
obscure since,
offer trips,
offered since,
recurred since,
research ships,
research since,
return since,
transferred since,
unser fritz,
offers links,
assert its,
concerned is,
confirm this,
confirmed his,
diverse gifts,
expert thinks,
jersey since,
mercy ships,
observe this,
observed is,
offer drinks,
offered drinks,
persia since,
preserve its,
preserve this,
preserved his,
research links,
research risks,
return this,
returned his


4 syllables:
guitar picks


Some other possibilities:

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