Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with startups:

2 syllables:
smart ass,
sharp pulse,
square pulse,
hard ass,
lard ass,
cost us,
heart pulse,
lock ups,
mock ups,
pop ups,
square roughness,
start pulse,
want us,
got us,
heart jumps,
heart pumps,
heart thumps,
not us,
smart assed,
square twice,
tart up,
b-b shot pulse,
b b shot pulse,
clock pulse,
shock pulse,
shot cuffs,
terrace steps,
warm ups,
caused us,
hard pulse,
charge pulse,
choir monks,
dodge trucks,
giant pulse,
got lumps,
locked pulse,
not thus,
art is,
chart helps,
chart is,
chart types,
heart is,
part is,
start his,
start is,
art as,
art has,
hard up,
heart as,
heart has,
part as,
part has,
star dust,
start as,
art on,
block twice

3 syllables:
barton house,
martin house,
started his,
prepare us,
depart hence,
retrace steps,
arden house,
garden house,
garden is,
argyll house,
arlen house,
boston house,
bottle is,
carbon is,
carlyle house,
carson house,
charnel house,
clopton house,
coffee cups,
hostile house,
karnak house,
marble house,
market house,
market is,
marshall house,
martha chase,
parma heights,
pasta sauce,
target house,
target is,
wanted his,
wanted us,
support us,
transport assay,
apart as,
data base,
data bus,
apart on,
artist is

4 syllables:
elispot assay,
regarded his,
adopted is

Some other possibilities:

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