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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with finess:

2 syllables:
beat us,
be thus,
bien plus,
b plus,
cheese bus,
c plus,
de plus,
d bus,
d mus,
feed us,
freed us,
frees us,
free us,
gdi plus,
greet us,
heal us,
hears us,
hear us,
he thus,
hti plus,
keeps us,
keep us,
kleene plus,
leads us,
leaves us,
leave us,
meets us,
meet us,
me thus,
need us,
pci bus,
p bus,
queen truss,
reached us,
reach us,
reads thus,
scsi bus,
seen us,
sees us,
see us,
she thus,
shih tzus,
spi bus,
teach us,
treats us,
treat us,
t bus,
week plus,
we thus

3 syllables:
beneath us,
between us,
chinese bus,
deceived us,
deceive us,
eighteen plus,
mislead us,
proceed thus,
real betis,
received us,
redeemed us,
redeem us,
relieve us

4 syllables:
king oedipus

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