Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with essays:

2 syllables:
press aides,
air raids,
cette phase,
chair days,
chair rails,
check raise,
deaf aids,
death phase,
death rays,
fetch phase,
fresh phase,
met gaze,
stair rails,
where maize,
best days,
best ways,
bread sales,
chess games,
dense phase,
hence raise,
net sales,
press plays,
press raised,
share sales,
spare sails,
spread sails,
where sales,
good days,
judge hayes,
met eyes,
set eyes,
there raise,
will hays,
air rage,
air raid,
bear raid,
chair rail,
deaf aid,
death eight,
stair rail,
them have,
them made,
them make,
well have,
where eight,
where have,
yet have,
but says,
cell size,
guess whose,
his aides,
his aims,
his days,
his gaze,
his sales,
his ways,
it says,
law says,
man says,
mesh size,
press as,
press has,
press whose,
so says

3 syllables:
access saves,
essay whose,
excess phase,
access aisle,
repair phase,
access lanes,
address phase,
assets sales,
complex phase,
complex sales,
complex ways,
defense sales,
denis hayes,
dennis hayes,
depressed phase,
essay shows,
essay was,
excess glaze,
expense sales,
express lanes,
express praise,
hotel sales,
hotel stays,
possess slaves,
request phase,
success raised,
unfair sales,
extra phase,
extra sales,
office sales,
progress as,
progress has,
progress whose

4 syllables:
professor hayes,
cigarette sales,
professor hales

Some other possibilities:

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