Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with essex:

2 syllables:
guess since,
press since,
guess is,
press his,
press is,
fresh ships,
sell its,
set its,
share its,
spread its,
where its,
yet its,
his six,
is six,
air is,
bear his,
bear is,
bell is,
bet is,
bread is,
bread since,
breath is,
breath since,
care is,
cell is,
cesar ritz,
chair is,
chair since,
check his,
check is,
check since,
dead is,
death his,
death is,
death since,
deaths since,
debt is,
debts since,
deck is,
dress since,
edge is,
egg is,
fair is,
fare is,
flesh is,
flesh since,
gets its,
hair is,
head is,
hell is,
hence its,
hence since,
lead his,
lead is,
met his,
neck is,
net is,
pair is,
sell his,
sense since,
set his,
set is

3 syllables:
access since,
assess its,
assess since,
express its,
progress since,
success since,
access is,
excess is,
express his,
progress is,
success is,
address since,
addressed his,
addressed since,
ahead since,
assets since,
aware since,
complex since,
defense since,
dressing is,
expense since,
expressed its,
hotel is,
hotel since,
offence since,
offense since,
pressing his,
progressed since,
repair is,
repair since

4 syllables:
professor hicks,
addressing his,
aggressive voice,
cigarette since,
cigarettes since,
expressing his,
progressive voice

5 syllables:
clonogenic assay

Some other possibilities:

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See essex used in context: 2 poetry verses, 2 Shakespeare works

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