Word:   
Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with exes:

2 syllables:
legs as,
cells as,
cells has,
heads as,
sex as,
check was,
deck was,
dress as,
else as,
else has,
et ses,
less as,
neck was,
sense as,
sense has,
steps as,
air gas,
air was,
bear was,
bell was,
best as,
bread was,
breath was,
care was,
cell was,
cent as,
chair was,
chest as,
dead was,
death was,
debt was,
denned as,
end as,
end has,
etc. as,
eve was,
fair was,
felt as,
flare gas,
flesh was,
french as,
friend as,
friend has,
hair was,
head was,
health as,
health has,
held as,
hell was,
help as,
kept as,
lead was,
left as,
press was,
pressure as,
pressure has,
rare gas,
rest as,
self as,
self has,
sent as,
set was,
share was,
shell was,
spend as,
spent as,
step was,
test as,
test has,
them was,
threat was,
trend has,
wealth as,
wealth has


3 syllables:
complex as,
address as,
assets as,
effect as,
effect has,
object as,
object has,
perfect as,
project as,
project has,
respect as,
subject as,
subject has,
accept as,
agent as,
agent has,
assessed as,
content as,
content has,
except as,
expressed as,
hotel was,
percent as,
prepared as,
progress was,
success was


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See exes used in context: 15 rhymes, several books and articles.

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