Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with diaresis:

2 syllables:
strikes us,
gives us,
blind us,
find us,
might thus,
quite twice,
right twice,
while thus,
wild ass,
write twice,
wise ass,
drive us,
give us,
guide us,
like us,
rime ice,
slight roughness,
strike us,
tight ass,
makes us,
rights is,
sites is,
types is,
writes his,
rights as,
rights has,
sites as,
types as,
whites as,
wire was,
writes as,
bright sun,
chile desde,
drive pulse,
eye crust,
eye splice,
give some,
give such,
give suck,
lies just,
life must,
light pulse,
light trucks,
lights on,
lights up,
like some,
like such,
line must,
might just,
might trust,
pikes on,
pipes up,
prize twice,
quite some,
quite trust,
rights on,
sights on,
sites on,
sites such,
strike twice,
strikes on,
stripes on,
time just,
time some,
time such,
tried twice,
while some,
while such,
white cuffs,
white ducks,
white puffs,
white rust,
wild ducks,
wire gun,
wire nut,
write pulse,
write some,
write such

3 syllables:
virus assay,
provides us,
surprise us,
acquire some,
forgive us,
provide us,
admired his,
desire was,
empire was,
chiefly rural,
describe some,
divide twice,
favourite son,
final assay,
lysate assay,
provide some,
provide such,
provide twice,
recite psalm,
unlike some

4 syllables:
entire truss,
provided us

Some other possibilities:

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