Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with fish slice:

2 syllables:
is nice,
which price,
bid price,
bring price,
his price,
in price,
stiff price,
this price,
with price,
click slide,
deer mice,
dimmed lights,
fierce fights,
fierce light,
fierce price,
fixed types,
in mice,
in rice,
is spliced,
its life,
its light,
its line,
its price,
its rights,
mixed types,
picks fights,
prince writes,
prix fixe,
since light,
since price,
since rights,
since whites,
smear slide,
thick slime,
with rice,
with slight,
bridge lights,
bridge sites,
switch lights,
switch sites,
this lies,
being spliced,
drill sites,
fixed lights,
his life,
his light,
his line,
his rights,
in sights,
is life,
is light,
is like,
is slight,
it likes,
rear lights,
smith cites,
strip lights,
there likes,
this life,
this light,
this line,
this slight,
with lights,
niche space,
pitch space,
which place,
which space,
click place,
his place,
in place,
in space,
its base,
its case,
its face,
queer place,
queer space,
sheer space,
since space,
smith place,
spring place,
still place,
string space

3 syllables:
adding spice,
asking price,
until price,
admits light,
appear slight,
emits light,
fisher price,
ginger spice,
issue price,
transmits light,
until slight,
career sites,
vicious fights,
virgin sites,
added spice,
adding space

4 syllables:
suspicious light,
liouville space

Some other possibilities:

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