Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pasties:

2 syllables:
class these,
mass. these,
at ease,
class teams,
class tries,
classed these,
grass trees,
passed these,
paste these,
add these,
at these,
catch these,
graph these,
had these,
jack cheese,
match these,
rat cheese,
shall seize,
shall these,
smash these,
stack these,
staff these,
than these,
that sees,
that these,
track these,
what these,
ash trees,
backed these,
black teams,
black teens,
black trees,
brass beads,
brass wheels,
casse pieds,
chance these,
chant these,
class feels,
class means,
class needs,
cracked heels,
dance these,
dashed these,
draft these,
glance these,
glass beads,
glass leaves,
grant these,
grasp these,
grass leaves,
grass needs,
grass weeds,
kraft cheese,
lacked these,
lacks these,
mapped these,
matched teams,
matched these,
packed these,
palm trees,
paste eel,
plant these,
plant trees,
snap peas,
stacked heels,
staff teams,
staff tries,
staffed these,
takes these

3 syllables:
surpass these,
forecast these,
recast these,
surpassed these,
attach these,
attack these,
combat these,
japan these,
kiawe trees,
unpack these,
abstract these,
adapt these,
advance these,
attached these,
attack trees,
attacked these,
attacked trees,
attacks these,
attract these,
collapse these,
contact these,
enact these,
enhance these,
extract these,
finance these,
panty hose,
relax these,
retract these,
subtract these,
supplant these

4 syllables:
marrowfat peas

Some other possibilities:

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See pasties used in context: 1 rhyme, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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