Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with matrix:

2 syllables:
eight tricks,
day trips,
eight trips,
seymour hicks,
straight six,
played tricks,
plays tricks,
spade tricks,
stage tricks,
cake mix,
dates since,
eight chips,
eight ships,
eight since,
freight ships,
have six,
james hicks,
place kicks,
plate since,
plates since,
quail chicks,
rates since,
state since,
states since,
straight since,
trail mix,
weight since,
eight trucks,
freight trucks,
based trips,
eight links,
eight sticks,
grave risks,
place strips,
plane trips,
plate fixed,
plates is,
rates is,
spray rinse,
state this,
states his,
states is,
straight sticks,
take risks,
train trips,
ate his,
baked bricks,
date is,
fate is,
gate is,
grade since,
made since,
plate is,
played since,
prayed since,
rate is,
rate risk,
shaped bricks,
state his,
state is,
strange tricks,
trade ships,
trade since,
trait is

3 syllables:
survey trips,
create risks,
create myths,
debate since,
debates since,
estate since,
estates since,
female chicks,
female ticks,
kuwait since,
favourite tricks,
campaign trips,
create fixed,
create links,
create mixed,
create this,
eighty six,
entail risks,
socrates is,
translate this,
update links,
afraid since,
create his,
creates risks,
debate is,
decade since,
delayed since,
estate is,
nitrate is,
playing tricks,
portrait is,
unbaked bricks

4 syllables:
uncertain risks,
concentrate his,
predicate is

Some other possibilities:

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