Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with gratis:

2 syllables:
at his,
at is,
cat is,
fat is,
hat is,
rat is,
that his,
that is,
what his,
what is,
bad is,
dad is,
had his,
ab is,
ash is,
back his,
back is,
bag is,
bath is,
black is,
cap is,
cash is,
catch his,
class is,
fan is,
flag is,
flap is,
gap is,
glass is,
graph is,
grass is,
jack is,
map is,
mass is,
match his,
match is,
pan is,
pass his,
pass is,
path is,
plan is,
sac is,
scan is,
span is,
stack is,
staff is,
tag is,
than his,
than is,
track is,
trap is,
act is,
at its,
at miss,
at this,
cast his,
cast is,
clapped his,
draft is,
fact his,
fact is,
graft is,
grant is,
kant is,
last his,
last is,
passed his,
past his,
past is,
paste is,
plant is,
scratched his,
shaft is,
slapped his,
snapped his,
tapped his,
that its,
that miss,
that this,
tract is,
what its,
what this,
wrapped his,
bought his,
brought his,
cat ice,
caught his,
doubt his

3 syllables:
attack is,
japan is,
contact is,
extract is,
forecast is,
latter is,
laughter is,
matter is,
about his,
about is,
default is

Some other possibilities:

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See gratis used in context: 6 rhymes, 7 Shakespeare works several books and articles.

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