Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with conductance:

2 syllables:
bust ass,
cut ups,
tut tuts,
get us,
let us,
put us,
struck twice,
young ducks,
blood pulse,
flood pulse,
punch ups,
stress pulse,
young bucks,
young jewess,
struck since,
loved us,
psalm tunes,
but thus,
but twice,
can thus,
chalk bluffs,
has thus,
la plus,
loves us,
run ups,
was thus,
was tuned,
when thus,
duct is,
kicked ass,
struck tents,
blood assay,
chalk dust,
bon ton,
bucked up,
chucked up,
dumb ass,
dust on

3 syllables:
upton house,
britain is,
button is,
conduct an,
conduct on,
detain us,
product on,
retain his,
seton house,
sutton house,
become tense,
custom house,
custom is,
adult bucks,
adult ducks,
coleman house,
duncan house,
extra bucks,
fronted house,
ha'nted house,
hudson house,
justice is,
muckross house,
parental house,
tummy tucks,
affect us,
conduct his,
conduct is,
conduct since,
direct assay,
expect us,
product is,
product since,
products since,
protect us,
conduct as,
conduct has,
product as,
product has,
sheridan house,
accent on,
added twice,
become twice,
comet assay,
confronts us,
cullen house,
ductus bursae

4 syllables:
conducted his,
conducted house,
deduction is,
destruction is,
obstruction is,
production house,
production is,
reduction assay,
reduction is,
adjusted his,
combustion is,
consulted his,
corruption is

5 syllables:
reconstruction is,
reproduction is

Some other possibilities:

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