Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with kneebrush:

2 syllables:
dry brush,
sweet rush,
brief brush,
clean brush,
green brush,
steel brush,
stream rushed,
breeze brushed,
cheek brushed,
teeth brushed,
they rushed,
by fresh,
three fresh,
green plush,
sheep run,
sleep rem,
been run,
by blood,
by truck,
green run,
least assure,
my blood,
seemed hushed,
stream gushed,
street raleigh,
three rural,
beauty bush,
club rush,
scrub brush,
been crushed,
by ben,
by bus,
by but,
by rev.,
cheeked thrush,
dry rub,
dry run,
pci bus,
please assure,
see but,
see ref,
ski run,
they but,
they ran,
they run,
deep dish,
fried fish,
grease bush,
keep such,
my flesh,
steel mesh,
these fish,
been much,
been such,
creeps up,
deep love,
dry clutch,
each such,
feel much,
heaped on,
heaped up,
heaps on,
keep mum,
keep some,
keeps on,
keeps up,
keeps us,
leaped up,
leave much,
mean much,
meet such,
need much,
need such,
pleas judge,
read much,
read such,
seen much,
seen such

3 syllables:
chinese brush,
lévy bruhl,
relief rushed,
friar rush,
heavy brush,
concrete truck,
saline flush,
needle rush,
varied thrush,
achieve such,
appeal judge,
areas such,
believe such,
cleaning brush,
dandy brush,
gussie busch,
healing brush,
lightly brush,
receive such,
scrubby brush,
sea ash

4 syllables:
nearby brush

Some other possibilities:

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