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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with recesses:

3 syllables:
jesus as,
jesus has,
has uses,
chris hedges,
famous as,
press edges,
then uses,
bayan lepas,
blunt edges,
front edges,
judge evans,
rural levels,
schon etwas,
some methods,
stress headache,
thumb methods,
twice seven,
his senses,
jesus was,
justice as,
justice has,
process as,
process has,
blood vessels,
brush fences,
chief lessons,
concept as,
concept has,
dutch vessels,
jam sessions,
la mesa,
oneself as,
rural texas,
some lessons,
stress levels,
stress methods,
such vessels,
thumb presses,
using as,
beautiful as,
britain as,
britain has,
buddha was,
but alas,
cliff edges,
clove hitches,
coming as,
double as,
judge judges,
nothing as,
nothing has,
prussia was,
running as,
russia was,
scrub bushes,
share edges,
struggle as,
thick edges,
thick hedges,
trouble as,
darul ehsan

4 syllables:
uncut edges,
advice sessions,
alice echols,
alice evans,
arise evans,
extra lenses,
extra lessons,
extra sessions,
extra stresses,
extra buses,
fuzzy edges,
abrupt edges,
alice hegan,
allan evans,
arousal levels,
extra levels,
extra session,
extra seven,
office headed,
office setup,
office seven,
upper edges,
office houses,
basal edges,
extra seconds,
extra sections,
hermann hesses,
lucky guesses,
office levels,
office methods,
scleral lenses,
trial lenses,
uncle cecil,
adding edges,
extra dishes,
until edges,
added stresses

5 syllables:
accurate guesses,
officer evans

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