Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with clematis:

3 syllables:
credit is,
merit is,
began his,
devil is,
headache is,
heaven is,
lesson is,
level is,
metal is,
serum is,
session is,
vessel is,
limit his,
limit is,
tenant is,
era is,
temple is,
segment is,
tea is,
budget is,
digit is,
image is,
spirit is,
visit his,
visit is,
woman is,
arena since,
denial is,
legend is,
mention his,
mention is,
methods is,
rested his,
senses is,
strengthen his,
tendon is,
tension is,
venice since,
began its,
began this,
credit in,
debut in

4 syllables:
dilemma is,
aggression is,
confession is,
depression is,
develop his,
expresses his,
expression is,
possession is,
profession is,
progression is,
regression is,
succession is,
remedy is,
charity is,
developed his,
developed is,
dilemma since,
editor is,
assessment is,
attended his,
defended his,
deficit is,
extended his,
prevented his,
accepted his,
affected his,
attention is,
awareness is,
collected his,
consensus is,
contention is,
convention is,
directed his,
enemy is,
expected his,
extension is,
general is,
melody is,
prevention is,
reflected his,
rejected his,
suspension is,
vienna since,
affection is,
cecil lewis,
collection is,
conception is,
connection is,
deflection is,
detection is,
develop its,
develop this,
digestion is,
dilemma there,
dilemma which,
dilemmas in

5 syllables:
extremity is,
necessity is

Some other possibilities:

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