Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with beauteous:

2 syllables:
by ice,
by us,
cea assay,
dry ice,
my ass,
sea ice,
see us,
by bus,
by thus,
fry ups,
keep us,
leave us,
meet us,
pci bus,
reach us,
routine assay,
sheet ice,
teach us,
they thus,
tie ups,
treat us,
beauty is,
by his,
by is,
cry is,
die is,
fee is,
jury is,
key is,
knee is,
lie is,
pi is,
see his,
see is,
si is,
sky is,
surely is,
they is,
three is,
tree is,
try his,
why his,
why is,
beauty as,
by as,
by u.s.,
die as,
dry as,
free as,
roughly as,
sea as,
see as,
see u.s.,
sky as,
surely as,
thee as,
they as,
tree as,
tree has,
try as,
why has,
by al,
by an,
by eq,
by l.,
by le,
by on,
by up,
cry up,
di un,
die on,
dry on,
dry up,
free on,
free up,
fry up,
gee up,
key on,
key up,
lie on,
lie up

3 syllables:
elisa assay,
release assay,
sea is,
decree is,
degree is,
entry is,
obey his,
agree as,
area as,
degree as,
idea as,
agree on,
area on,
decree on,
degree on,
entry on,
idea on

4 syllables:
area is,
idea is

Some other possibilities:

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See beauteous used in context: 34 Shakespeare works several books and articles.

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