Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with blandness:

2 syllables:
and thus,
and ice,
land ice,
plant twice,
than twice,
danse russe,
and must,
grant us,
land must,
and just,
and non,
grand eunuch,
had thus,
scanned twice,
stand twice,
class twice,
had twice,
had us,
jack truss,
pan dulce,
passed twice,
rapped twice,
tapped twice,
than us,
wrapped twice,
and miss,
asked us,
asks us,
grande messe,
and this,
hand this,
hands is,
lands is,
monde russe,
and gas,
and man,
and men,
and much,
and was,
at bus,
at twice,
band was,
danced twice,
fast ice,
grand mal,
hand man,
hand was,
hands as,
land was,
lands as,
passed us,
past us,
pratt truss,
sand was,
stand was,
stands as,
that thus,
and but,
and can,
and chief,
and come,
and cut,
and drug,
and get,
and judge,
and let,
and love,
and put,
and ran,
and run,
and san,
and shut,
and some,
and son,
and sub,
and such,
and ten,
and then,
and van,
and when,
and won,
and young,
ask us,
bands on,
black douglas,
drags ass,
grand chief,
grand judge,
grand young,
hand but,
hand can,
hand gun

3 syllables:
standard assay,
attacked twice,
candy ass,
extract twice,
contact us,
planar truss

5 syllables:
alexandra house,
miranda house

Some other possibilities:

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