Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with failure:

2 syllables:
may look,
tail hook,
chain hook,
day book,
gate hook,
shave hook,
braille book,
quail bush,
spay hook,
blake shook,
case book,
chase shook,
chase stood,
craig shook,
faith shook,
fake book,
flame bush,
frame shook,
gave the hook,
grace moore,
grace shook,
grace stood,
gray goods,
gray wolf,
have full,
have good,
have poor,
late wood,
made good,
make book,
make full,
make good,
phrase book,
place stood,
plain wool,
plane shook,
said good,
same book,
same good,
shake shook,
snake wood,
space stood,
spade foot,
stave wood,
take full,
take good,
trade book,
trade good,
blaine looked,
blake looked,
braille books,
brain looks,
chase looked,
craig looked,
crane looked,
drake looked,
eighth floor,
face looked,
faith looked,
faith looks,
frame looked,
frame looks,
grace looked,
grade floor,
grave looks,
have looked,
hayes looked,
jaime looked,
main floor,
place looked,
place looks,
plain looks,
plane looked,
plate floor,
plate looks

3 syllables:
domesday book,
always look,
survey looked,
today looked,
today looks,
always full,
always good,
always took,
became hooked,
mayor goode,
prayer book,
survey books,
always looked,
always looks,
elaine looked,
female cooks,
have a look,
mayor looked,
parquet floor,
player looks,
portrait looks,
retail floor

4 syllables:
obeying hooke,
japanese looked

Some other possibilities:

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