Word:   
Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pasties:

7 letters:
at ease


8 letters:
at these


9 letters:
add these,
had these,
that sees,
ash trees,
paste eel,
snap peas


10 letters:
rat cheese,
than these,
that these,
what these,
palm trees,
panty hose


11 letters:
class these,
mass. these,
class teams,
class tries,
grass trees,
paste these,
catch these,
graph these,
jack cheese,
match these,
shall seize,
shall these,
smash these,
stack these,
staff these,
track these,
black teams,
black teens,
black trees,
brass beads,
casse pieds,
chant these,
class feels,
class means,
class needs,
dance these,
draft these,
glass beads,
grant these,
grasp these,
grass needs,
grass weeds,
lacks these,
plant these,
plant trees,
staff teams,
staff tries,
takes these,
japan these,
kiawe trees,
adapt these,
enact these,
relax these


12 letters:
passed these,
backed these,
brass wheels,
chance these,
dashed these,
glance these,
glass leaves,
grass leaves,
kraft cheese,
lacked these,
mapped these,
packed these,
recast these,
attach these,
attack these,
combat these,
unpack these,
attack trees


13 letters:
classed these,
cracked heels,
matched teams,
matched these,
stacked heels,
staffed these,
surpass these,
advance these,
attacks these,
attract these,
contact these,
enhance these,
extract these,
finance these,
retract these


14 letters:
forecast these,
abstract these,
attached these,
attacked these,
attacked trees,
collapse these,
subtract these,
supplant these,
marrowfat peas


15 letters:
surpassed these


Some other possibilities:

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