Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with deficits:

2 syllables:
his ass,
kiss ass,
big ups,
chin ups,
fill ups,
pick ups,
sit ups,
stick ups,
is its,
this sets,
beer guts,
beer nuts,
big ass,
bring us,
chewing ass,
hear us,
his pulse,
in ice,
in us,
it cuts,
kick ass,
kill us,
mix ups,
near us,
tearing ass,
which cuts,
whip ass,
wing nuts,
witch hunts,
with ice,
with us,
his hut,
is thus,
kicks ass,
whips ass,
being its,
bring its,
did its,
his ex,
his hips,
his sense,
his six,
if its,
in its,
is hence,
is six,
it hits,
it its,
lip pits,
near its,
paris since,
press ups,
this sense,
till its,
tut tuts,
were its,
which its,
with its,
big bucks,
build ups

3 syllables:
visit his,
visit is,
visit us,
asking us,
clear cuts,
digit is,
is a mass,
isa bus,
limit his,
limit is,
on thin ice,
spirit house,
spirit is,
their huts,
tibet house,
vis a vis,
assist us,
convince us,
nissen huts,
fulfil its,
fulfill its,
until its,
prison house,
prison is,
begell house,
being a mass

4 syllables:
deficit is,
suspicion is,
vitamin assay,
deficit hawks,
explicit choice,
solicit peace,
admitted his,
submitted his,
addition is,
admission is,
ambition is

5 syllables:
communism is,
acquisition is,
algorithm is

Some other possibilities:

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See deficits used in context: 11 rhymes, several books and articles.

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