Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with aftereffect:

4 syllables:
factor effect,
after effects,
latter affect,
latter effect,
cancer effect,
capture effect,
master elect,
pastor elect,
softer effect,
factor affects,
factor effects,
factors affect,
factors effect,
hammer effect,
manner affect,
nature affect,
thatcher effect,
latter affects,
latter defect,
latter effects,
matter affects,
matter effects,
matters affect,
pattern effect,
master agent,
counter effect,
adverse affect,
adverse effect,
after recent,
cancer affects,
cancer effects,
capture effects,
latter agent,
master object,
patchwork effect,
transfer effect,
water affect,
water effect,
after project,
chapter reflect,
factors affects,
latter object,
nature affects,
planar defect,
border effect,
cancer agent,
founder effect,
order effect,
corner effect,
former effect,
larger effect,
sombre effect,
the doppler effect,
latter reflect,
pattern affects,
pattern effects,
patterns affect

5 syllables:
adapter object,
hereafter attempt,
ramsauer effect,
backwater effect,
barrier effect,
carrier effect,
jahn-teller effect,
jahn teller effect,
scattering effect,
shattering effect

6 syllables:
sqldataadapter object,
collateral effect

Some other possibilities:

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