Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with messages:

3 syllables:
vessel has,
began as,
credit as,
era was,
heaven as,
heaven has,
level as,
level has,
merit as,
set up as,
press edges,
lesson was,
messiah comes,
question as,
question has,
sets up as,
tea was,
tested as,
vessel was,
vessels as,
where judges,
image as,
image has,
jesus as,
jesus has,
judge judges,
marriage as,
marriage has,
share edges,
fresh rushes,
pleasant as,
presence as,
press office,
bread ovens,
credit was,
devil loves,
devil was,
fresh feces,
gentle as,
heaven was,
legend has,
lesson on,
level was,
levels as,
mention has,
messes up,
metal hulls,
metal was,
methods as,
methods has

4 syllables:
depression as,
develop as,
expression as,
expression has,
profession as,
profession has,
excess acids,
expenses as,
express buses,
successful as,
suggested as,
suggestion as,
suggestion has,
addressing as,
express office,
accepted as,
affected as,
agenda was,
amended as,
attention as,
attention has,
collected as,
collection as,
collection has,
concession was,
confession was,
connected as,
convention as,
convention has,
depression was,
detected as,
developed as,
develops as,
dilemma comes,
direction as,
editor has,
elected as,
election as,
enemy as,
enemy has,
expected as,
expresses an,
expression was,
expressions as,
extended as,
general as,
general has,
maria was,
perception as,
perfection as

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