Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with richness:

2 syllables:
which thus,
in ice,
in us,
being thus,
bids us,
brings us,
drift ice,
him thus,
in posse,
in thus,
is thus,
it thus,
it twice,
kicked ass,
kicks ass,
shift assay,
were thus,
whipped ass,
whips ass,
will thus,
bring us,
chewing ass,
tearing ass,
which must,
beer nuts,
big ass,
hear us,
his ass,
kick ass,
kill us,
kiss ass,
near us,
which cuts,
which just,
whip ass,
wing nuts,
with ice,
with us,
chin ups,
which miss,
which this,
bridge truss,
ear muffs,
here must,
it must,
king must,
rich man,
rich men,
still must,
there must,
thing must,
this must,
which man,
which men,
which much,
which was,
will must,
beer bust,
beer guts,
being just,
being twice,
big bucks,
brick dust,
build ups,
click twice,
clicked twice,
cousin twice,
did just,
firing pulse,
here just,
him just,
him twice,
his just,
his non,
his pulse,
ibn al,
if just,
in just,
is just,
is non,
is null

3 syllables:
on thin ice,
assist us,
convince us,
asking us,
given us,
within us,
bringing us,
giving us,
kicking ass,
kiss my ass,
kissing ass,
sigma house,
whipping ass,
adding twice,
appear twice,
fieri posse,
filter assay,
into us

4 syllables:
vitamin assay

Some other possibilities:

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