Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with nonsense:

2 syllables:
month hence,
square sense,
months hence,
from thence,
from whence,
both sets,
cause whence,
stock whence,
france since,
own sense,
from hence,
large sense,
once sent,
sharp sense,
squares sense,
from less,
trois cents,
cause deaths,
caused deaths,
cot deaths,
far less,
loch ness,
lot less,
not less,
slang sense,
spot checks,
strong sense,
terrace steps,
wrong sense,
all sense,
and hence,
block since,
blocks since,
broad sense,
cause since,
clock since,
crops since,
drawn thence,
false sense,
horse sense,
lacks sense,
more sense,
not since,
once its,
or sense,
own sex,
proud sense,
rocks since,
scarce since,
shock since,
shops since,
small sense,
square since,
stock since,
stocks since,
talk sense,
talks sense,
that sense,
watch since,
what sense,
your sense,
aquae sextiae,
dock cress,
drop press,
god sent,
large dense

3 syllables:
bizarre sense,
bourgeois sense,
depart hence,
response since,
onset is,
proper sense,
response helps,
beyond sense,
chronic sense,
common sense,
conscious sense,
latin sense,
lockean sense,
modern sense,
pagan sense,
spanish sense,
tonal sense,
bizarre dress,
retrace steps,
apace since,
awake since,
nonstop since,
passage since,
follows hence,
response cells,
bourgeois press,
data sets,
depart thence,
honor checks,
lllinois press

4 syllables:
another sense,
platonic sense,
subconscious sense,
departure hence

Some other possibilities:

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