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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with redness:

2 syllables:
leads us,
lead us,
lets us,
belle chasse,
help us,
kept us,
left us,
pressure ice,
send us,
sent us,
shelf ice,
tells us,
them thus,
met us,
set us,
bare ass,
bless us,
bread nut,
bread twice,
glare ice,
tell us,
bids us,
herein is,
therein is,
wherein is,
bread was,
care must,
check twice,
checked twice,
dead man,
dead men,
dead was,
death must,
death twice,
et non,
head man,
head was,
heads as,
lead was,
press twice,
pressed twice,
spent twice,
check nut,
check pulse,
dead but,
dead leg,
dead run,
dead when,
egg cups,
french chefs,
genes ras,
head but,
head butt,
head can,
head rush,
head when,
heads on,
heads up,
heads up/,
health ass'n,
hell dust,
helped us,
helps us,
leads on,
leads up

3 syllables:
affect us,
compels us,
direct assay,
expect us,
express bus,
prevent us,
protect us,
leading us,
rosette assay,
compel us,
renin assay,
tunel assay,
jenny ass,
assessed twice,
except twice,
excess stress,
object twice,
prevents us,
reset pulse,
serum assay,
subject twice,
telling us,
address bus,
assess pulse,
beneath us,
beside us,
delta house,
digest ass'n,
kept a house,
lethal assay

4 syllables:
expression assay,
vienna house,
cigarette butts,
agenda is

5 syllables:
clonogenic assay

Some other possibilities:

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See redness used in context: 2 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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