Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with oranges:

2 syllables:
ben was,
dan was,
done was,
front as,
fund has,
gun was,
man was,
men was,
ones as,
parent has,
pen was,
run was,
runs as,
son was,
sun was,
then was,
when was,
can as,
done as,
judge as,
judge has,
man as,
man has,
men as,
men has,
ran as,
run as,
son as,
son has,
sun as,
sun has,
then as,
then has,
when as,
comes as,
dam was,
sam was,
sum was,
tongue was,
young was,
blood gas,
blood was,
bus was,
but was,
chief was,
club was,
cup was,
depth as,
douglas was,
drug was,
drugs as,
gas was,
hull was,
hut was,
judge was,
judged as,
just as,
just has,
leg was,
love was,
loved as,
luck was,
much was,
skull was,
stress was,
stuff was,
such was,
thus was,
truck was,
trust as,
trust has,
u.s. was,
up was,
come as,
lunch was,
much as,
much has,
russia as,
some as,
some u.s.

3 syllables:
extent as,
ireland as,
ireland has,
begun as,
becomes as,
extra touches,
acid gas,
acid was,
advice was,
alice was,
conduct as,
conduct has,
office was,
product as,
product has,
result as,
result has,
uncle was,
as much as,
become as

Some other possibilities:

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