Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with disease:

2 syllables:
his ease,
with ease,
with these,
his heels,
his knees,
is these,
it sees,
paris seems,
paris these,
this seems,
which sees,
aiding these,
beer cheese,
big cheese,
bridge these,
bring these,
chick peas,
click these,
climb these,
did these,
drill these,
firing these,
hear these,
hiring these,
his heel,
his seat,
his seed,
if these,
in these,
is each,
is seen,
it tries,
kick heels,
paris scene,
pierre louys,
prick tease,
sphere these,
split peas,
split these,
spring these,
steer these,
stick these,
stiff knees,
still leaves,
still these,
stitch these,
string these,
strip tease,
strip these,
switch these,
there these,
thing these,
this heat,
this scene,
this sign,
touching these,
were these,
which these,
will these,
with cheese,
bridge seems,
bring seeds,
christ heals,
christ these

3 syllables:
aching knees,
adding these,
admit these,
appear these,
asking these,
billy hayes,
career these,
cherish these,
clear these,
commit these,
consign these,
enrich these,
equip these,
forbid these,
fulfil these,
fulfill these,
oblige these,
relish these,
submit these,
their ease,
transmit these,
until cheese,
until leaves,
until these,
virgin kneels,
admits these,
assist these,
berlin seems,
career seems,
clear skies,
clovis i

4 syllables:
criteria as,
vitamin needs

Some other possibilities:

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