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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with as it is:

2 syllables:
bit his,
fit his,
hit his,
quit his,
did his,
hid his,
slid his,
being his,
bring his,
fill his,
hear his,
here his,
him his,
if his,
in his,
kill his,
kiss his,
near his,
still his,
there his,
this his,
till his,
touching his,
were his,
which his,
will his,
win his,
with his,
year his,
built his,
fit this,
gripped his,
kissed his,
licked his,
lift his,
missed his,
sipped his,
slipped his,
but his,
cut his,
get his,
let his,
met his,
put his,
set his,
shut his,
yet his,
build his,
cleared his,
did its,
did this,
filled his,
killed his,
signed his,
being its,
bit in,
bring its,
bring this,
brings his,
dear miss,
ere this,
fill this,
fit him,
fit in,
fix his,
hear this,
here this,
him this,
his hips,
his kiss,
his six,
hit him,
hit in,
if its,
if this,
in. this,
in its,
in this


3 syllables:
admit his,
submit his,
asking his,
fulfil his,
fulfill his,
until his,
admit this,
assist his,
addressed his,
fulfilled his,
admit him,
convince his,
doing his,
drawing his,
fulfil its,
fulfil this,
fulfill its,
fulfill this,
knowing his


4 syllables:
consider his,
deliver his,
enjoying his


Some other possibilities:

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