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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with maleness:

2 syllables:
than us,
and ice,
ask us,
at bus,
at twice,
drags ass,
fast ice,
grant us,
had thus,
land ice,
passed us,
past us,
pratt truss,
takes us,
that thus,
at us,
black eunuchs,
black ice,
brash ice,
brass knucks,
cat ice,
drag ass,
fat ass,
had us,
jack ass,
pack ice,
patch ice,
plaque assay,
trash ice,
called us,
calls us,
hauls ass,
shall guess,
shall this,
square roughness,
torn ass,
valve is,
warn us,
class must,
plan must,
staff must,
that must,
what must,
and thus,
asked us,
asks us,
at dusk,
at just,
baled on,
balled up,
black crust,
black ducks,
black eunuch,
black rust,
cap nut,
class twice,
danse russe,
graham cutts,
had just,
had twice,
jack truss,
palm nut,
pan dulce,
passed twice,
plant twice,
rapped twice,
shall come,
shall get,
shall judge,
shall put,
shall run,
shall then,
tapped twice,
than just,
than twice,
that cuts,
that just,
that non,
that sucks


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


5 syllables:
miranda house


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