Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with conscious:

2 syllables:
want us,
john huss,
caused us,
cost us,
hard ass,
lard ass,
not thus,
smart ass,
square roughness,
from us,
cause us,
choc ice,
got us,
monde russe,
not us,
slob ice,
stop us,
wants us,
and ice,
bond is,
found us,
france is,
from just,
grant us,
ground ice,
honour is,
land ice,
month is,
once his,
round us,
want his,
want is,
france as,
france has,
from dust,
john was,
month as,
mot juste,
not just,
once as,
b-b shot pulse,
b b shot pulse,
block twice,
both must,
cause must,
clock pulse,
conde duque,
crop dust,
donne comme,
dont le,
france on,
god must,
got shut,
harsh on,
john van,
knock twice,
knocked twice,
marsh hen,
month on,
not shut,
not trust,
once an,
once on,
once such,
pond hen,
sharp pulse,
shock pulse,
shot cuffs,
smart assed,
square pulse,
square twice,
star dust,
start ups,
stopped twice,
tossed twice,
want an,
washed twice,
brash ice

3 syllables:
prepare us,
jonah house,
around us,
response is,
surround us,
radon gas,
respond as,
response as,
response has,
bottom ice,
carla hesse,
causes us,
clotting assay,
data bus,
followed us,
hostess house,
passage twice,
response on,
rotten ice,
watching us

4 syllables:
elispot assay

5 syllables:
biologic assay

Some other possibilities:

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