Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with analyse:

2 syllables:
plant lice

3 syllables:
panel lights,
castle heights,
channel height,
channel light,
panel light,
patna rice,
candle lights,
channel sites,
channel types,
daniel weiss,
panel types,
caml light,
apple isle,
at a price,
barren heights,
battle line,
catch alight,
haddon heights,
hanna reitsch,
hannah might,
kapha types,
kappa light,
lattice sites,
packet types,
saddle height,
salem heights,
status sites,
travel light,
vanna white,
channel is,
panel is,
channel lines,
panel lines,
apple slice,
apple spice,
backup lights,
banded gneiss,
barrel price,
battle sites,
candle light,
castle sites,
cattle price,
channel guide,
channel might,
channel right,
channel while,
fanon writes,
flannel night,
fragile sites,
francis sykes,
glance sufficed,
handle light,
nathan leites,
panel might,
panel while,
plant alive,
sabbath lights,
status lights,
travel rights,
travel sites,
augen gneiss,
daniel pipes,
daniel price,
daniel writes,
gamma knife,
hang a right,
lancet lights,
mantled gneiss,
sprang aside

4 syllables:
gratify his,
japan relies,
madeline house,
canada rice,
financial price,
financial rights,
financial sites,
financial types,
hanukkah lights,
manager likes

5 syllables:
miranda rights,
toscana virus

Some other possibilities:

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