Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with mitosis:

5 letters:
do us,
to us

6 letters:
do sul,
no son,
to san,
to sum

7 letters:
do just,
do some,
do such,
go bust,
go nuts,
go some,
hold us,
no buts,
no just,
no such,
one ups,
so just,
so must,
so some,
to dust,
to just,
to some,
to such,
told us,
two sub,
does is,
dose is,
nose is,
rose is,
boat is,
bone is,
bowl is,
coal is,
coat is,
code is,
unto us,
over us,
yoga is

8 letters:
shows us,
drove us,
shown us,
who thus,
gross up,
how some,
how such,
now just,
now must,
now some,
now such,
roll ups,
two cups,
two must,
two such,
who just,
who must,
blow ups,
does his,
knows is,
lose his,
owes his,
prose is,
chose as,
close as,
cloth is,
above us,
arose as,
arose on,
above is,
alone is

9 letters:
showed us,
close ups,
to stress,
chose his,
close his,
knows his,
shows his,
bowed his,
broke his,
polar ice,
toward us,
bio assay,
dosage is,
above his,
mucosa is

10 letters:
throw some,
showing us,
expose his

11 letters:
probe assay,
whole posse,
wrote twice,
focus assay,
approach is

12 letters:
growth assay,
throat twice,
gross stress

13 letters:
broke the ice,
plateau pulse,
arizona house

14 letters:
plateau stress

Some other possibilities:

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