Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with synthesis:

3 syllables:
in jesus,
bring jesus,
thing jesus,
touching jesus,
did jesus,
if jesus,
is jesus,
print office,
since alice,
there jesus,
which jesus,
with jesus,
cousin alice,
in justice,
in office,
since jesus,
being famous,
think alice,
built office,
click menus,
filled office,
fish genus,
hills office,
his famous,
is famous,
its office,
sheer malice,
sized office,
skilled office,
still famous,
thick mucous,
this famous,
this genus,
were famous,
will suffice,
with malice,
son jesus,
when jesus,
bring justice,
brings jesus,
hiring office,
things jesus,
think jesus,
brick office,
chin muscle,
christ jesus,
click office,
did justice,
given us,
his justice,
his office,
in defence,
in muscle,
int'l ass'n,
isa bus,
killed jesus,
paris office,
parish office,
print unless,
quick justice,
signed unless,
since famous,
since unless,
spinae muscle,
swiss office,
there justice,
this office

4 syllables:
asking jesus,
benign mucous,
until jesus,
berlin office,
adding menus,
careers office,
equipped office,
transcription assay,
dying jesus,
knowing jesus,
saying jesus,
seeing jesus,
showing jesus,
benign fibrous,
career office,
clinic office,
clinical assay,
depict jesus,
dingy office,
dinner menus,
india office,
inner mucous,
into office,
jewish jesus,
manila office,
until alice,
until justice

5 syllables:
nondescript office,
betraying jesus,
obeying jesus,
portraying jesus,
consider jesus,
opinion arise

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