Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with abscissa:

3 syllables:
abd allah,
mass. u.s.a.,
wax acid,
fast ata,
fast ata-2,
grande duchesse,
thank allah,
that russia,
strap muscle,
taxes as,
taxes on,
trans assoc,
and uses,
black jesus,
black sedan,
brand asset,
catch buses,
class buses,
graham russell,
hamsun knut,
jack russell,
land uses,
latae muscle,
plant asset,
practice as,
practice has,
practice on,
pratt trusses,
sack posset,
shah nameh,
shall succumb,
shall suffice,
shall summon,
shasta sam,
statt dessen,
takes office,
that jesus,
what jesus,
classes as,
classes on,
glasses on,
passes as,
passes on,
passes up,
absent on,
castle on,
class office,
fat acid,
francis jeune,
francis was,
francis young,
gamma acid,
glass office,
had uses,
status as,
status has,
status on,
takes jesus,
that uses,
black messiah,
shall messiah,
absence was,
black muzzle,
hangs up on,
ramsay allan

4 syllables:
attack russia,
japan russia,
advances on,
japan u.s.a.,
banda sea,
chenab canal,
finance office,
saggi sulla,
transplant assoc,
rabbi zusya,
also uses,
enhance muscle,
rabbi jesus,
relax muscle,
canon u.s.a.

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