Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with crispness:

2 syllables:
is twice,
miss the bus,
missed twice,
paris twice,
this stress,
turing plus,
in posse,
is thus,
whipped ass,
whips ass,
his ass,
his pulse,
in ice,
in us,
kiss ass,
whip ass,
being twice,
bridge truss,
click twice,
clicked twice,
cousin twice,
him twice,
there twice,
thing twice,
trick twice,
were twice,
his press,
paris paris,
paris press,
swiss press,
being thus,
bids us,
bring stress,
brings us,
drift ice,
him thus,
his trust,
in thus,
it thus,
it twice,
kicked ass,
kicks ass,
missed the bus,
rinse twice,
rinsed twice,
shear stress,
sheer stress,
shift assay,
since stress,
this trust,
were thus,
which stress,
which thus,
will thus,
with stress,
wrist cuffs,
bring us,
chewing ass,
tearing ass,
this must,
beer nuts,
big ass,
crisp crust,
firing pulse,
hear us,
his just,
his non,
his parents,
his pen,
his pet,
his youngest,
is just,
is non,
is null,
is put,
kick ass,
kill us,
near us,
quick puffs,
quick pulse,
swiss parents,
this just,
this non,
this put

3 syllables:
assist us,
on thin ice,
adding twice,
appear twice,
rebuilt twice,
adding stress,
convince us,
asking us,
isa bus,
kiss my ass,
kissing ass,
whipping ass,
fieri posse,
given us

4 syllables:
vitamin assay,
transcription assay

Some other possibilities:

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