Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lessee:

5 letters:
et si,
et ne

6 letters:
air by,
met by,
met my,
set by,
set my,
yet by,
yet my,
mary i,
para i

7 letters:
them my,
yet see,
care by,
cell by,
dead by,
debt by,
fell by,
head by,
lead by,
sec fee,
sell my,
step by,
tell by,
tell my,
them by,
well by,
best by

8 letters:
bless my,
press by,
them see,
this see,
thus see,
chair by,
check by,
dead key,
death by,
head shy,
share my,
swear by,
tell why,
them why,
where by,
where my,
yet each,
yet they,
air sign,
clovis i,
upset by

9 letters:
chess pie,
care they,
dead heat,
sketch by,
spread by,
stew meat,
sweat bee,
tell each,
tell thee,
them each,
them they,
well they,
bell seat,
best they,
access by,
assets by

10 letters:
bless thee,
guess they,
death they,
shell heap,
wedge heel,
where each,
where they,
blessed by,
express my,
success by,
address by

11 letters:
death theme,
death these,
death three,
faire mieux,
fresh sheep,
fresh sheet,
pheng cheah,
stressed by,
bless these,
chess piece,
cress seeds,
progress by,
accessed by,
assessed by

12 letters:
addressed by,
access seems,
access speed,
access these,
assess these,
assess three,
kamehameha i

13 letters:
share roughly,
access sheath,
complex scene

Some other possibilities:

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