Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with efflux:

2 syllables:
left us,
tell us,
check pulse,
egg cups,
french chefs,
send ups,
chair looks,
death looks,
belle chasse,
check ups,
flare ups,
flesh lusts,
help us,
kept us,
leads us,
lets us,
necked ducks,
press ups,
pressure ice,
send us,
sent us,
set ups,
shelf ice,
sweat ducts,
tells us,
them thus,
twelve bucks,
where monks,
shell looks,
bare ass,
bless us,
glare ice,
lead us,
met us,
set us,
big bucks,
care less,
check books,
chess books,
fair sex,
left its,
press books,
rare books,
share books,
sketch books,
spell books,
spell checks,
the fair sex,
them less,
where books,
young bucks,
young ducks,
delle acque,
head lugged,
nelle acque,
stuff looks

3 syllables:
compel us,
tunel assay,
assess pulse,
reset pulse,
success looks,
affect us,
compels us,
decoy ducks,
direct assay,
expect us,
express bus,
jemmy ducks,
prevent us,
protect us,
repair trucks,
hotel looks,
della reese,
lethal assay,
rosette assay,
stella chess,
stephen fuchs,
access checks,
express checks,
possess books,
progress books,
progress checks,
della classe,
della croce,
joseph fuchs

4 syllables:
cigarette butts,
develop his

Some other possibilities:

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