Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with analyses:

4 syllables:
class offices,
staff offices,
analyzed as,
panel sizes,
branch offices,
castle rises,
glance suffices,
panel items,
channel isles,
daniel lysons,
lattice sizes,
classified as,
gladdon iris,
crown offices,
glass helices,
throughout ulysses,
allele sizes,
magma rises,
plasma rises,
anise hyssop,
fragile items,
nation rises,
rapid rises,
status rises,
travel items,
apple slices,
banded gneisses,
carrot slices,
cattle prices,
channel widens,
handle items,
augen gneisses,
house offices,
small offices,
gallon sizes,
packet sizes

5 syllables:
hiram ulysses,
finance offices,
vacant offices,
attached offices,
samuel lysons,
alpha helices,
apple juices,
fancy offices,
financial items,
planning offices,
travel offices,
damage arises,
anal sinuses,
analyze cases,
animal rises,
banana slices,
channel devices,
channel services,
financial prices,
handed helices,
paneled offices,
passion arises,
toscana virus

6 syllables:
unnatural vices,
compassion arises,
financial offices,
mercantile offices

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