Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with grassless:

2 syllables:
ask us,
fast ice,
passed us,
past us,
and ice,
at bus,
at twice,
drags ass,
grant us,
had thus,
land ice,
pratt truss,
takes us,
that thus,
asked us,
asks us,
at us,
black ice,
brash ice,
brass knucks,
cat ice,
class must,
class twice,
danse russe,
drag ass,
fat ass,
had us,
jack ass,
pack ice,
passed twice,
patch ice,
plaque assay,
than us,
trash ice,
ask his,
ask is,
cast his,
cast is,
cost us,
flask is,
last his,
last is,
mask is,
pass this,
passed his,
past his,
past is,
paste is,
task is,
cast as,
class was,
classed as,
fast as,
glass was,
grass was,
last as,
mass was,
pass gas,
pass was,
passed as,
past as,
past has,
task as,
task has,
and thus,
ask an,
at dusk,
at just,
bad luck,
black crust,
black ducks,
black eunuchs,
black leg,
black lung,
black rust,
cast an,
cast on,
cast up,
class but,
class can,
class men,
class young

3 syllables:
contact us,
attack us,
allow us,
forecast is,
plasma is,
after us,
allowed us,
allows us,
alpha house,
anchor ice,
attacked twice,
camphor ice,
candy ass,
capture assay,
carried us,
carries us,
dragging ass,
extract twice

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