Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with copies:

2 syllables:
do these,
growth these,
how these,
now these,
so these,
throw these,
to seize,
to these,
who sees,
to ease,
bow piece,
dough piece,
no peace,
probe beams,
probe these,
to peace,
two piece,
bo peep,
broach these,
broke these,
chose these,
close these,
clothe these,
dough seems,
drove these,
goat cheese,
home keys,
known needs,
known these,
knows these,
mo pete,
no means,
no trees,
now seems,
one needs,
one sees,
quote these,
showed these,
shown these,
shows these,
smoke these,
spoke these,
stole these,
thrown these,
throws these,
to freeze,
two leagues,
two means,
two teams,
two themes,
two trees,
two wheels,
vogue these,
who feels,
who leaves,
who needs,
who seems,
who tries,
whole leaves,
whole these,
whome these,
whose knees,
wrote these,
cow pie,
hoped these,
hopes these,
slope means,
slope seems

3 syllables:
endow these,
above these,
alone needs,
alone these,
approach these,
body as,
body has,
compose these,
decode these,
denote these,
devote these,
doeth these,
enclose these,
encode these,
endows these,
erode these,
expose these,
lower these,
none has,
promote these,
propose these,
provoke these,
revoke these,
slowly as,
suppose these,
transpose these,
unload these,
deploy these,
destroy these,
employ these,
enjoy these

4 syllables:
provolone cheese

Some other possibilities:

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