Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with darkness:

2 syllables:
square roughness,
square twice,
barked twice,
hard ass,
lard ass,
smart ass,
choc ice,
john huss,
block twice,
knock twice,
knocked twice,
monde russe,
stopped twice,
tossed twice,
wants us,
washed twice,
mark this,
marked his,
art must,
clark was,
heart must,
mark was,
marked as,
park was,
caused us,
charge pulse,
charge twice,
cost us,
dark when,
hard nut,
hard pulse,
heart pulse,
marked an,
marked on,
marked up,
marks an,
marks on,
marks up,
not thus,
notch toughness,
parked on,
sharp nudge,
smart dust,
stark young,
start pulse,
want us,
arc is,
bark is,
mark his,
mark is,
park is,
torn ass,
warn us,
dark as,
from us,
mark as,
park has,
cause us,
clock pulse,
far can,
got us,
lock nut,
mark on,
mark up,
not us,
park on,
parked trucks,
rark up,
sharp pulse,
shock pulse,
shot cuffs,
slob ice,
smart assed,
spark jumps,
square cut,
square nut,
square pulse,
star dust,
start ups

3 syllables:
prepare us,
passage twice,
remark was,
remarks as,
a hard nut,
charter bus,
embarked on,
party bus,
remarked on,
remarks on,
toxin assay,
remark is,
arkham house,
carla hesse,
embark on,
market twice,
remark on,
rotten ice

4 syllables:
elispot assay,
malabar nut

5 syllables:
biologic assay

Some other possibilities:

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