Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with methods:

2 syllables:
breath as,
death as,
death has,
bear hugs,
chair rungs,
check comes,
chez les,
et les,
air as,
air has,
breath comes,
care as,
care has,
cell as,
cell has,
chair as,
dead as,
death comes,
debt as,
debt has,
dressed as,
fair as,
fell as,
fresh as,
hair as,
head as,
head has,
lead as,
met as,
neck as,
press as,
press has,
press studs,
rare as,
set as,
set has,
share as,
spread as,
step as,
step has,
them as,
them has,
well as,
where as,
where has,
yet as,
yet has,
breath was,
death was,
health as,
health has,
wealth as,
wealth has,
air guns,
bread comes,
flesh comes,
press comes,
pressure hulls

3 syllables:
addressed as,
ahead as,
as well as,
hotel has,
progress as,
progress has,
success as,
success has,
heavy thuds,
credit as,
merit as,
access comes,
began as,
beta rays,
convex hulls,
deja news,
demon whose,
devil whose,
edges whose,
epoch whose,
era was,
feta cheese,
heaven as,
heaven has,
heaven knows,
heaven whose,
lemma shows,
level as,
level has,
level whose,
metal whose,
penal laws

4 syllables:
depression as,
depression whose,
develop as,
develop poise,
expression as,
expression has,
expression whose,
profession as,
profession has,
profession knows

Some other possibilities:

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