Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with acquiescence:

2 syllables:
press ups,
bless us,
check ups,
flare ups,
set ups,
guess since,
press since,
bare ass,
glare ice,
lead us,
met us,
set us,
tell us,
fresh scents,
lets us,
press ass'n,
press on,
check pulse,
egg cups,
french chefs,
send ups,
bread since,
breath since,
chair since,
check since

3 syllables:
lesson is,
access since,
assess since,
progress since,
success since,
assess pulse,
began his,
brewton house,
cecil house,
compel us,
devon house,
heaven is,
heron house,
karen hesse,
rosette assay,
session house,
session is,
seven house,
tunel assay,
vessel is,
essence is,
express an,
express bus,
lesson notes,
nelson house,
possess an,
preston house,
progress on,
question his,
question is,
success on,
weston house,
assess its,
express its,
gresham house,
serum assay,
serum is,
care a toss,
carol heiss,
credit is,
della reese,
devil is,
feral house,
headache is,
level house,
level is,
merit is,
metal is,
reset pulse,
special house,
stella chess,
their huts,
access is,
address since,
addressed since,
ahead since,
assets since,
aware since

4 syllables:
aggression is,
confession is,
depression is,
expresses his,
expression assay,
expression is,
possession is,
profession is,
progression is,
regression is,
succession is,
digestion is,
suggestion is,
cigarette butts,
develop his,
cigarette since,
cigarettes since

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