Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with in a sense:

3 syllables:
minutes hence,
quick assets,
winged defense,
chicken necks,
little else,
little less,
device since,
binet tests,
build assets,
device helps,
ditch defense,
his defense,
its assets,
minute checks,
minute tests,
picket fence,
shift assets,
this defense,
will commence,
business since,
can assess,
finite since,
illness since,
minute since,
minutes since,
sickness since,
thickness since,
witness since,
being assessed,
spring recess,
binet test,
business debts,
business end,
business helps,
finite steps,
his success,
is assessed,
michael spence,
minute specks,
minute steps,
this success,
were assessed,
chief assets,
chief offence,
chief offense,
fresh offence,
minute hooks,
net assets,
rural assets,
such offence,
where assets,
arena since,
hiring agent,
image helps,
limit checks,
limit tests,
minute hairs,
since success,
string address,
thing affects,
touching address,
venice since,
villus cells

4 syllables:
commit offence,
manila since,
suspicious since,
showing assets,
benign effects,
division fence,
jewish assets,
period hence,
religious sects,
suspicious deaths,
their assets,
vanilla scent,
guinea since,
business ethos,
given offence,
given offense,
hidden assets,
inner defense,
excess assets,
signif icance,
adding effects,
arousing effects,
inner recess,
religious heads,
suspicious cells,
vienna since

5 syllables:
virginia fence,
transferring assets,
valuing assets,
religious ethos,
virginia since,
religious census,
religious essence,
religious offence,
transmission assets,
continuous tense

6 syllables:
extradition offence

Some other possibilities:

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