Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sentence:

2 syllables:
sent us,
send ups,
french chefs,
send us,
kept us,
left us,
set ups,
bent on,
cent on,
met us,
rent on,
sent an,
sent on,
set us,
spent an,
spent on,
spent tan,
spent twice,
went on,
check pulse,
egg cups,
hence hence,
hence since,
sense sense,
sense since,
sent its,
tense since,
them thus,
belle chasse,
bread stuffs,
care tuned,
check ups,
chest pulse

3 syllables:
fenton house,
prevent us,
tendon is,
affect us,
belton house,
direct assay,
expect us,
mental house,
mention his,
mention is,
preston house,
protect us,
rental house,
rental lease,
rented house,
skeleton is,
tension is,
weston house,
agent on,
brewton house,
content on,
gentle nurse,
mental lllness,
mental nurse,
percent on,
prevent an,
prevents us,
rosette assay,
assess pulse,
reset pulse,
defense since,
expense since,
express tense,
offence since,
offense since,
perfect tense,
prevent its,
brenda joyce,
splendid house,
strengthen his,
behrman house,
compels us,
denial is

4 syllables:
attention is,
contention is,
convention is,
detention house,
extension is,
prevented his,
prevention is,
suspension is,
repentance is,
cigarette butts,
attended his,
defended his,
extended his,
accepted his,
affected his,
affection is,
collected his,
collection is,
conception is,
connection is,
consensus is,
deflection is,
detection assay

5 syllables:
consequential loss

Some other possibilities:

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