Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with witnesses:

3 syllables:
business as,
business has,
illness as,
its uses,
it uses,
witness was,
bridge trusses,
business was,
cited as,
device has,
ill uses,
illness was,
little as,
little has,
which uses,
written as,
witness comes,
fiction as,
income as,
income has,
islam as,
islam has,
kingdom as,
kingdom has,
listed as,
million u.s.,
printed as,
scouring rushes,
simple as,
spring gushes,
system as,
system has,
which judges,
wisdom as,
wisdom has,
chewing muscles,
his muscles,
image as,
image has,
limit as,
spinae muscles,
stiff muscles,
thick muscles,
twitch muscles,
business on,
discussed as,
distance as,
firing pulses,
given as,
his knuckles,
index as,
it retains,
mission as,
signal was,
spirit as,
spirit has

4 syllables:
admitted as,
as little as,
rewritten as,
transmit pulses,
resin acids,
adding commas,
career judges,
depicted as,
description as,
enlisted as,
existed as,
opinion as,
opinion has,
reprinted as,
aching muscles,
assist judges,
assistance as,
citizen has,
commission as,
commission has,
condition as,
condition has,
decision as,
decision has,
dignity as,
division as,
division has,
existence as,
existence has,
origin as,
provision as,
provision has,
religion as,
religion has,
resistance as,
resistance has

5 syllables:
femoris muscles,
frontalis muscles,
communism as,
definition as,
definition has,
political as,
proposition as

6 syllables:
subscapularis muscles

Some other possibilities:

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