Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with renounce:

2 syllables:
in house,
spring house,
tiring house,
big house,
brick house,
bridge house,
cheer house,
cliff house,
griff house,
his house,
paris house,
parish house,
ridge house,
shit house,
smith house,
still house,
swiss house,
switch bounce,
switch house,
this house,
which house,
witch house,
flint house,
in the house,
ninth house,
print house,
being once,
him once,
here once,
if once,
is once,
it once,
run outs,
spin offs,
there once,
this once,
tin hats,
were once,
which once,
will once,
climb mount,
in hours,
deer hound,
his doubts,
if found,
is sound,
quick count,
squid hound,
there round,
this sound,
with shouts,
year round,
bourbon house,
fun house,
hen house,
leighton house,
one ounce,
son house,
chewing louse,
click mouse,
deer mouse,
in towns,
kings house,
springs house,
swiss mouse,
thing counts,
twin towns,
briggs house,
build house,
built house,
did down,
fifth house,
filled house,
fish louse

3 syllables:
berlin house,
revere house,
dinner house,
inner house,
skinner house,
appear round,
without his,
without us,
albion house,
extra ounce,
urban house,
being own boss,
doing house,
drying house,
going house,
growing house,
laying house,
playing house,
weighing house,
berlin found,
bigger house,
commits house,
dreary house,
fisher house

4 syllables:
michelin house,
decaying house

Some other possibilities:

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See renounce used in context: 5 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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