Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with second:

2 syllables:
check card,
deck hand,
breath caused,
check cards,
death caused,
glare caused,
pair bond,
press caused,
stair rod,
threat caused,
egg and,
air and,
bare and,
bear and,
bell and,
blair and,
bless and,
bread and,
breath and,
breathe and,
care and,
cell and,
chair and,
chair round,
cheque card,
dead and,
dead hand,
deaf and,
death and,
debt and,
dread and,
dressed and,
ebb and,
edge and,
eve and,
fair and,
fare and,
fell and,
flesh and,
fresh and,
hair and,
hare and,
head and,
heath and,
hell and,
lead and,
mess and,
met and,
net and,
pair and,
press and,
rare and,
routledge and,
sell and,
set hand,
share and,
shell and,
sketch and,
smell and,
spread and,
step and,
stressed and,
stretch and,
sweat and,
swell and,
tell and,
them and,
thread and,
threat and

3 syllables:
access card,
excess caused,
progress caused,
success caused,
upset caused,
access and,
addressed and,
ahead and,
assess and,
aware and,
excess and,
express and,
gazelle hound,
gazette and,
hotel and,
possess and,
possess sound,
progress and,
regret and,
repair and,
success and,
unfair and

4 syllables:
cigarette card,
cigarette and

Some other possibilities:

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See second used in context: 100+ rhymes, 178 Shakespeare works, 1 Mother Goose rhyme, several books and articles.

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