Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with nominees:

2 syllables:
the commons

3 syllables:
swollen knees,
common needs,
common these,
drama needs,
police seize,
drama means,
caused unease,
chosen these,
common eel,
drama deals,
drama seems,
gotten these,
often needs,
often these,
rotten cheese,
stolen these,
common beans,
common meals,
common means,
common pleas,
common reeds,
common seals,
common themes,
common thieves,
common trees,
common weeds,
allen kneese,
bottom these,
basil leaves,
causes these,
drama league,
fava beans,
guard duties,
guava leaves,
guava trees,
loses these,
model leaves,
model these,
novel leaves,
novel these,
often need,
plotted these,
police seems,
police spies,
police these,
posit these,
scotch appeals,
spotted these,
watches these,
all moneys,
common as,
of commons,
common peace,
common piece,
condone these,
dharma means,
karma means,
london these,
thomas means,
chosen means,
chosen seems,
chosen themes,
column needs,
common bean,
common beech,
common beet,
common reed,
common scene,
common seal,
common sheath,
common theme

4 syllables:
canada geese,
canada these,
canada needs,
colony whose,
borrow moneys,
common areas,
common ideas,
botha louis,
canada seems,
deposit these,
madame helene,
plaza areas,
quality as,
quality has,
quality whose,
awake monkeys,
chosen areas,
colonies as,
colonies whose,
colony was

5 syllables:
economy as,
economy has,
economy whose,
philosophy as,
philosophy has,
philosophy whose

6 syllables:
alabama cities

Some other possibilities:

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