Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cypress:

2 syllables:
fly press,
jai press,
cleis press,
light press,
might press,
reich press,
style press,
thigh pressed,
white press,
wine press,
write press,
might guess,
right guess,
knife rest,
might wrest,
slide rest,
files press,
knife pressed,
lyons press,
night pressed,
thighs pressed,
times press,
types is,
wiped his,
might bless,
rye bread,
blind guess,
bride dressed,
child deaths,
flight checks,
flight decks,
give best,
gives hence,
guide fence,
height whence,
life vest,
light sense,
light tread,
like best,
might best,
might sense,
might thence,
might tread,
might wreck,
miles hence,
nights hence,
quite dense,
quite rare,
right chest,
right sense,
slight sense,
spite fence,
stripe set,
style c'est,
style guest,
tight chest,
time sense,
tine test,
white chest,
white fence,
wire fence,
write checks,
braille press,
cheap press,
craig press,
dame press

3 syllables:
design press,
empire press,
petite messe,
malay press,
cider press,
dryad press,
lehigh press,
leisure press,
lying press,
priory press,
steiner press,
tiger press,
wiley press,
design checks,
design sense,
divine guest,
divine sense,
provide checks,
sublime sense,
supine chest,
surprise checks,
surprise guest,
a.n.u. press,
admire his,
asser press,
ballou press,
bourgeois press,
campaign press,
desire is

4 syllables:
entire press,
o'brien press,
subsidized press

5 syllables:
hawai'i press,
malaya press

Some other possibilities:

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See cypress used in context: 12 rhymes, 5 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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