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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with extance:

2 syllables:
bread stuffs,
necked ducks,
next on,
next ten,
text on,
tense pulse,
tense tense,
check stubs,
check pulse,
check twice,
checked twice,
death stunned,
dense tufts,
helped us,
check since,
next is,
text is,
texts since,
text as,
text has,
check stub,
check ups,
chest pulse,
dress twice,
ex con,
fresh scents,
guest chefs,
kept us,
left us,
lets us,
press ups,
sent us,
set ups,
sexed up,
where stress,
french cuffs,
less dense,
paired pulse,
pressure cuffs


3 syllables:
affect us,
complex stress,
direct assay,
expect us,
preston house,
protect us,
weston house,
select pulse,
complex steps,
address bus,
assess pulse,
object twice,
subject twice,
complex sense,
complex since,
contexts since,
express tense,
perfect tense,
belton house,
commenced on,
complex trusts,
express bus,
fenton house,
nelson house,
prevent us,
project cirrus,
question his,
question is,
rested his,
section house,
section is,
sexton anne,
skeleton is,
texas house


4 syllables:
affected his,
affection is,
collected his,
collection is,
connection is,
deflection is,
detection assay,
detection is,
digestion is,
directed his,
direction is,
elected house,
election is,
expected his,
mexican house,
objection is,
perfection is,
projection is,
protection assay,
protection is,
reflected his,
reflection is,
rejected his,
rejection is,
selection is,
suggestion is,
transfection assay


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