Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with displays:

2 syllables:
his plays,
his praise,
it plays,
still plays,
there plays,
thing plays,
trick plays,
which plays,
christ plays,
bring praise,
in praise,
stiff clays,
thick glaze,
this phrase,
tin glaze,
with praise,
press plays,
stress plays,
fierce blaze,
his place,
this place,
brick clays,
christ prays,
his claims,
his days,
his gaze,
his plane,
his plate,
his ways,
hiss plane,
is plain,
is played,
is praised,
it lays,
it pays,
paris played,
quick clays,
shear planes,
this phase,
this plain,
this plane,
this plate,
his pains,
his play,
his slaves,
this play,
will hays,
bilge ways,
build phase,
fifth phase,
gibbs phase,
guilt phase,
hittorf rays,
in stays,
it stays,
its rays,
its ways,
since phase,
six days,
vin de pays,
witch craze,
blood plays,
death plays,
his prize,
judge plays,
paris prize,
smell plays,
click place,
his brains

3 syllables:
tissue plays,
office plays,
classic plays,
conflict plays,
doing plays,
finger plays,
jewish plays,
liver plays,
seeing plays,
their plays,
christi plays,
davis plays,
disease plays,
display shows,
display these,
display those,
displayed as,
sister plays,
tissue planes,
conflict phase,
eclipse phase,
excess glaze,
express praise,
cheery blaze,
fiery blaze,
in a blaze

4 syllables:
violin plays,
kaolin clays,
religious plays

5 syllables:
marionette plays

Some other possibilities:

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