Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with frankness:

2 syllables:
asked us,
asks us,
ask us,
takes us,
and thus,
black eunuchs,
black ice,
danse russe,
jack ass,
pack ice,
plant twice,
plaque assay,
than twice,
than us,
class twice,
had twice,
jack truss,
passed twice,
rapped twice,
tapped twice,
wrapped twice,
banks is,
thank chris,
and ice,
bank was,
banks as,
drags ass,
frank was,
grant us,
land ice,
rank was,
ranked as,
ranks as,
tank was,
asked twice,
at bus,
at twice,
bank run,
banks on,
be tanked up,
cranked up,
danke schon,
fast ice,
frank chalk,
frank young,
had thus,
passed us,
past us,
pratt truss,
tanked up,
that thus,
bank is,
rank is,
tank is,
bank as,
bank has,
drag ass,
graham cutts,
rank as,
at us,
bank can,
bank on,
bank up,
black crust,
black ducks,
black eunuch,
black rust,
brash ice,
brass knucks,
cat ice,
crank up,
drank up,
fat ass,
frank l.,
frank luntz,
had us,
langue comme,
patch ice,
stank hen,
tank up,
thank douglas,
that cuts,
trash ice,
and must,
ask this,
asked his,
asks his,
gang press,
land must

3 syllables:
contact us,
attack us,
attacked twice,
extract twice,
pancake ice,
anchor ice,
bankers ass'n,
factor assay,
manning roughness,
amongst us

4 syllables:
reaction assay

Some other possibilities:

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See frankness used in context: 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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