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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lustless:

2 syllables:
bust ass,
la plus,
has thus,
was thus,
but thus,
but twice,
can thus,
loved us,
loves us,
when thus,
blood assay,
blood lust,
dumb ass,
get us,
jan hus,
let us,
love us,
must thus,
put us,
stress pulse,
stress stress,
douglas douglas,
crust is,
dust is,
is thus,
just his,
just is,
thrust his,
thrust is,
thus this,
trust his,
trust is,
bus was,
douglas was,
has just,
has lain,
has let,
has twice,
just as,
just has,
runs thus,
stress was,
thus was,
trust as,
trust has,
was just,
was let,
was love,
was twice,
ban lon,
blood pulse,
bust up,
but just,
but let,
but love,
but must,
can just,
can let,
can love,
chalk dust,
done just,
douglas young,
drug bust,
dust on,
dust up,
flood pulse,
hus jan,
judge must

3 syllables:
frazil ice,
extra stress,
office twice,
supply us,
below us,
nasal fossae,
stem cell assay,
adjust his,
allah bless,
assist us,
express bus,
unless this,
advice was,
alice was,
office was,
added twice,
alice young,
arise when,
become twice,
comet assay,
confronts us,
covered ass,
covers ass,
culture assay,
cut no ice,
detain us,
entice young,
extra blood,
extra stuff,
extra thrust,
genus sus

4 syllables:
estancia house

Some other possibilities:

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