Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with obscenities:

2 syllables:
the twenties

3 syllables:
feta cheese,
remit these,
beset these,
credit these,
death duties,
fennel leaves,
fresh duties,
merit these,
senna leaves,
share duties,
shared duties,
venice seems,
chesnut trees,
tea trees,
beneath these,
dreaded these,
headed geese,
headed these,
lemon cheese,
press studies,
shredded cheese,
befell these,
began these,
edam cheese,
heaven these,
lessen these,
lesson needs,
level these,
metal leaves,
nettle leaves,
reckon these,
sessile leaves,
session needs,
session these,
settle these,
seven seas,
sterile leaves,
stresses these,
the seven seas,
threaten these,
vessel leaves,
wherewith these,
dense cities,
finite trees,
minute these,
bended knees,
blended these,
lemon trees,
rented these

4 syllables:
charity whose,
enemy as,
enemy has,
enemy whose,
defense duties,
density as,
density whose,
solemn duties,
added duties,
extra duties,
conceded these,
dilemma seems,
melody whose,
regretted these,
accesses these,
assesses these,
depression these,
develop these,
expressed unease,
expresses these,
expression needs,
expression these,
possesses these,
profession needs,
progresses these,
readily as,
suppresses these,
therapy as,
therapy has,
therapy whose,
amended these,
attended these,
augmented these,
defended these,
defense studies,
extended these,
kennedy aides,
kennedy chose,
kennedy was,
on bended knees,
prevented these,
resented these

5 syllables:
identity as,
identity has,
identity whose,
mckenna duties,
olivella beads,
primarily as,
divinity whose,
complemented these

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See obscenities used in context: 6 rhymes, several books and articles.

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