Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with head lice:

2 syllables:
bread slice,
bread line,
bread price,
dead line,
egg slice,
fresh lights,
lead line,
press likes,
spread light,
spread like,
thread like,
where lights,
friend likes,
hair lace,
wood mice,
dead rise,
dressed like,
net price,
set line,
spread thighs,
wet wipes,
air like,
air line,
bench vice,
bread knife,
bread might,
bread right,
bread while,
bread white,
cell types,
check bytes,
check price,
dead file,
dead time,
dead white,
dead wire,
death light,
death rites,
deck light,
dread night,
egg whites,
fair price,
flare light,
french rice,
fresh light,
hair like,
hair line,
lead pipe,
lead time,
lead wire,
ledge light,
press rights,
press writes,
share price,
shell types,
spread might,
spread right,
spread while,
spread white,
step like,
them like,
them live,
thread guide,
thread might,
thread tight,
thread while,
web like

3 syllables:
carol heiss,
extra slice,
janet price,
lnternet sites,
upset price,
access line,
access price,
access rights,
access types,
agent types,
ahead might,
ahead right,
ahead while,
complex sites,
content types,
defect types,
defense sites,
excess light,
excess price,
express rights,
hotel meurice,
hotel price,
object types,
perfect types,
possess rights,
project types,
recent types,
repair sites,
request types,
select types,
subject types,
unfair price

4 syllables:
professor weiss

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