Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with grand prix:

2 syllables:
and paris,
planned trips,
and six,
canned drinks,
bands since,
hands since,
lands since,
stands since,
crowned prince,
found prince,
draft picks,
glass bricks,
grant writs,
that prince,
and since,
banned since,
black prince,
catch drips,
hands fixed,
manned ships,
planned since,
stand since,
stands fixed,
the black prince,
and press,
found paris,
grande press,
hand press,
round paris,
round picks,
at paris,
tant pis,
and fixed,
and its,
and miss,
and mixed,
and picked,
and this,
craft sticks,
had six,
hand picked,
hand this,
hands is,
lands is,
stand fixed,
than six,
black strips,
danced since,
jagged cliffs,
ragged cliffs,
stamped bricks,
called prince,
round sticks,
round trips,
and his,
and is,
and risk,
asked prince,
band is,
blank cheques,
brand is,
brass strips,
camps since,
class trips,
frank pierce,
gland is,
glass strips,
grant since,
grants since,
grass strips,
hand is,
hand pick

3 syllables:
around prince,
candle wicks,
candy sticks,
danish prince,
expand since,
fancy tricks,
manchu prince,
nancy prince,
around paris,
attack paris,
expand its,
standard drinks,
standard risks,
advanced ships,
advanced since,
enhanced since,
graphite bricks,
after prince,
although prince,
antler picks,
cappy ricks,
contact chris,
contact prints,
demand picks,
expand his,
fallen bricks,
falling bricks

4 syllables:
enchanted prince

Some other possibilities:

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