Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with metrics:

2 syllables:
cesar ritz,
debts since,
gets its,
stressed since,
threat since,
threats since,
spread risks,
death risks,
etc. is,
genre is,
gets his,
hedge risks,
met this,
pressure is,
set its,
set this,
sets his,
share its,
spent six,
sweat drips,
sweat mixed,
where its,
yet its,
yet this,
air is,
bear his,
bear is,
bet is,
bread since,
care is,
chair is,
debt is,
fair is,
fare is,
hair is,
met his,
net is,
pair is,
pressed bricks,
set his,
set is,
share his,
share is,
share risks,
spare his,
spread since,
threat is,
twelve tricks,
wear his,
where his,
where is,
where risks,
yet his,
yet is,
breath since,
chair since,
check since,
death ships,
death since,
deaths since,
dress since,
felt its

3 syllables:
addressed since,
assets since,
progressed since,
upset since,
extra tricks,
addressed this,
assess risks,
assets is,
excess risks,
henry hicks,
recent trips,
accept risks,
addressed his,
ahead since,
assessed risks,
better risks,
clever tricks,
metric mass,
petty tricks,
pretty tricks,
prevent risks,
project risks,
repair is,
accept its,
address since,
affect its,
aware since,
complex since,
defend its,
defense since,
direct hits,
direct its,
expense since,
expressed its,
extend its

4 syllables:
cigarette since,
cigarettes since,
electric house

Some other possibilities:

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