Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with license:

2 syllables:
line ups,
pine nuts,
write ups,
high sense,
price since,
wise ass,
drive us,
give us,
guide us,
like us,
rime ice,
strike us,
tight ass,
price on,
strikes us,
lace ups,
might hence,
quite tense,
write hence,
bright tunes,
drive pulse,
light pulse,
light trucks,
snipe hunt,
style lunch,
white cuffs,
white ducks,
white puffs,
white tufts,
wild ducks,
write pulse,
chile since,
cried since,
crime since,
drive since,
fight since,
flight since,
flights since,
guide since,
height since,
heights since,
life since,
light sense,
light since,
might sense,
night since,
nights hence,
nights since

3 syllables:
briefly since,
chiefly since,
surprise us,
forgive us,
linen nurse,
lyman house,
prices is,
provide us,
lion is,
briefly summed,
favourite tunes,
give a miss,
item is,
bible house,
bible is,
climate is,
cycle is,
final assay,
final house,
give a toss,
higher ups,
lighted house,
pilot house,
private house,
rival house,
sheila hicks,
sided house,
title is,
virus assay,
virus is,
alive since,
aside since,
decline since,
define since,
design sense,
design since,
desire since,
divine sense,
empire since,
mason house

4 syllables:
devices is,
preterite tense,
arises is,
divided his,
divided house,
provided his,
provided us,
revival house,
survival is,
entire sense,
expertise is,
families since

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