Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with abysms:

3 syllables:
magic comes,
panic comes,
traffic comes,
class becomes,
crack becomes,
fabric comes,
glass becomes,
graph becomes,
grass becomes,
patch becomes,
stack becomes,
staff becomes,
that becomes,
track becomes,
what becomes,
avec les,
cough becomes,
basis as,
basis comes,
class systems,
glass systems,
rabbit lungs,
black incomes,
carriage comes,
class incomes,
having as,
laughing as,
package comes,
passing as,
planning as,
planning comes,
planning has,
plastic combs,
glass prisms,
and becomes,
branch becomes,
brand becomes,
cabin was,
chance becomes,
dance becomes,
draft becomes,
gland becomes,
graft becomes,
paste becomes,
plant becomes,
range becomes,
shaft becomes,
stance becomes,
stand becomes,
tract becomes,
valve becomes,
topic comes,
cabbage heads,
logic comes,
rabbit ears,
sarah comes,
black ribbons,
had kittens,
slavic tongues,
wagging tongues

4 syllables:
attack becomes,
japan becomes,
enough becomes,
rabbit hutches,
volcanic domes,
advance becomes,
alloy becomes,
anger becomes,
batter becomes,
bladder becomes,
chaos becomes,
contact becomes,
finance becomes,
forecast becomes,
latter becomes,
laughter becomes,
manner becomes,
matter becomes,
nature becomes,
rather becomes,
shadow becomes,
valley becomes,
value becomes,
attack missions,
combat missions,
germanic tongues,
magician whose

5 syllables:
battery becomes,
really becomes

Some other possibilities:

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