Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with innocence:

3 syllables:
cousin alice,
in defence,
in office,
in jesus,
michael hulse,
nissen huts,
paris cedex,
device since,
his essence,
hiring agents,
hiring office,
bison hunts,
brick office,
click office,
ditch defence,
finite pulse,
given us,
his agents,
his assent,
his defence,
his guidance,
his office,
in adults,
isa bus,
minute pulse,
paris office,
parish office,
quick ascent,
swiss office,
this office,
visit us,
which office,
business sense,
business since,
finite sense,
finite since,
genus sus,
illness since,
innate sense,
minute since,
minutes hence,
minutes since,
sickness since,
thickness since,
witness since,
bring jesus,
thing jesus,
touching jesus,
cousin helen,
device on,
did jesus,
fitness buffs,
if jesus,
in acid,
is jesus

4 syllables:
signif icance,
berlin office,
business science,
manila since,
religious sense,
suspicious since,
citizen is,
minimum house,
minimum is,
resin acids,
unerring guidance,
career guidance,
career office,
clear guidance,
manila office,
until alice,
denison house,
guinea since,
inner essence,
asking jesus,
image science,
benign mucous,
business office,
cinema house,
cinema since,
civil science,
device unless,
dickinson house,
discuss science,
given science,
hidden essence,
inner defence,
inner guidance,
inner office,
little science,
minutes suffice

5 syllables:
religious science,
vanilla essence,
religious office,
virginia since,
decision science,
nutrition science,
official licence

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