Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with circuits:

2 syllables:
her pulse,
hurt us,
serve us,
shirt cuffs,
curb bits,
serve its,
turn its,
clerk comes,
third pulse,
younger colleague,
younger monks,
crew cuts,
fur coats,
turk is,
work his,
work is,
worked its,
her get,
work as,
work has,
chirk up,
dlur dlus,
firm must,
her but,
her come,
her cup,
her just,
her parents

3 syllables:
circuit house,
circuit is,
clear cuts,
afford us,
circle is,
offered us,
offers us,
permit us,
circuit race,
circuit takes,
circuit types,
offer us,
surratt house,
assert its,
preserve its,
offer comes,
burden is,
churches is,
durham house,
earthen house,
german house,
german is,
german nurse,
herman hesse,
hermann hesse,
journal house,
journal is,
lower pulse,
merton house,
person is,
power pulse,
purple house,
return pulse,
sermon is,
service house,
service is,
sherman house,
slower pulse,
surgeon is,
turn a loss,
vernon house,
version is,
circuit as,
circuit has,
circuit whose,
affords us,
bernal heights,
birla house,
cigar butts,
circuit in,
circuit of,
circuit or,
circus horse,
concerns us,
flower scents,
german knights,
ginger nuts,
jerky pulse

4 syllables:
asserted his,
converted house,
assertion is,
commercial house,
commercial lease,
conversion is,
determine his,
paternal house,
suburban house,
determine its,
encourage us,
external lights

5 syllables:
diversity is

Some other possibilities:

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