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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with derris:

2 syllables:
bears this,
bear this,
cell tiss,
check this,
end this,
ere this,
ex miss,
felt this,
friend miss,
get this,
guess this,
held this,
help this,
hence this,
kept this,
left this,
les mis,
let this,
ment dis,
met miss,
met this,
press this,
read this,
said chris,
said miss,
said this,
says miss,
says this,
sell this,
sel gris,
send this,
sense this,
sent this,
set this,
shared this,
shares this,
share this,
stress this,
tell miss,
tell this,
test this,
them this,
then this,
there this,
wear this,
well this,
when chris,
when miss,
when this,
where this,
x kiss,
yet this


3 syllables:
accepts this,
accept this,
addressed this,
affect this,
against this,
again this,
assess this,
attempt this,
attend this,
commend this,
compare this,
correct this,
defend this,
dispel this,
effect this,
except this,
expect this,
expressed this,
express this,
extends this,
extend this,
extent this,
forget this,
himself this,
infect dis,
itself this,
offset this,
possess this,
prepare this,
prevent this,
protect this,
reflects this,
reflect this,
regret this,
rejects this,
reject this,
resent this,
respect this,
select this,
suggests this,
suggest this,
unless this


4 syllables:
circumvent this,
recommend this,
represents this,
represent this


5 syllables:
nevertheless this


6 syllables:
anthony kiedis



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