Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with appositeness:

3 syllables:
brazil nuts,
comet assay,
detain us,
frazil ice,
u.s. office,
genus mus,
nasal fossae,
stress unless,
blood unless,
but unless,
coupled assay,
genus rhus,
genus zeus,
judge justice,
judge unless,
russia unless,
shuttle bus,
stuff unless,
visit twice,
arafat yasir,
brazil nut,
budget cuts,
button twice,
chapel twice,
chief office,
drugs unless,
genus sus,
plush office,
young office,
visit us,
was famous,
dural venous,
phrasal stress,
sponge genus,
wales office,
was jesus,
pellet twice,
brazil was,
budget was,
genus eumops,
genus meles,
hutted knoll,
petit mal,
puzzle mug,
trust unless

4 syllables:
advice unless,
arise unless,
office unless,
added unless,
asset unless,
advice office,
alice alice,
office office,
acqua felice,
budget office,
urban office,
venous sinus,
muscle tonus,
algal genus,
ballot unless,
budget unless,
excellent toughness,
genus sturnus,
otas nevus,
reduction assay,
estas islas,
extra business,
extra fullness,
extra richness,
extra thickness,
mabel loomis,
muscle juice,
muscles arise,
unless justice,
uscis office,
uscis service

5 syllables:
embedded device,
officer unless

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