Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with crystals:

5 letters:
is as,
it as

6 letters:
bit as,
fit as,
his as,
it has,
sit as

7 letters:
list as,
his was,
risk as,
ist das,
this as,
it runs

8 letters:
list has,
his guns,
in wales,
built as,
swift as,
this gas,
this was,
fixed as,
list was,
paris as,
this has,
big ones,
ear buds,
it comes,
exist as

9 letters:
christ as,
his lungs,
paris was,
dear ones,
pill bugs,
with guns,
listed as,
system as,
exists as,
little as

10 letters:
christ has,
fin whales,
this comes,
this tells,
christ was,
here comes,
which ones,
which runs,
system has,
little has,
existed as

11 letters:
paris comes,
chris tells,
paris tells,
fish scales,
shear studs,
being comes,
chill comes,
drink comes,
skill comes,
smith comes,
stiff lungs,
still comes,
there comes,
thing comes,
think comes,
which comes,
vista hills,
conflict as,
little ease,
enlisted as

12 letters:
christ tells,
christ comes,
christ loves,
thick scales,
thick skulls,
winged doves,
bridge comes,
cousin comes,
sphere comes,
spring comes,
string comes,
thrill comes,
conflict has,
system whose,
distal limbs,
aching lungs,
career comes,
as little as

13 letters:
spring scales,
crystal whose,
crystal hills,
crystal phase,
crystal shows,
distal halves,
natalis comes,
existed whose

14 letters:
wicked tongues,
christ assures,
his colleagues,
subgrid scales

17 letters:
assist colleagues

Some other possibilities:

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See crystals used in context: 36 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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