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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with methods:

6 letters:
et les,
air as,
met as,
set as,
yet as


7 letters:
air has,
care as,
cell as,
dead as,
debt as,
fair as,
fell as,
hair as,
head as,
lead as,
neck as,
rare as,
set has,
step as,
them as,
well as,
yet has,
era was


8 letters:
death as,
chez les,
care has,
cell has,
chair as,
debt has,
fresh as,
head has,
press as,
share as,
step has,
them has,
where as,
air guns,
ahead as,
merit as,
began as,
level as


9 letters:
breath as,
death has,
bear hugs,
press has,
spread as,
where has,
death was,
health as,
wealth as,
hotel has,
credit as,
beta rays,
deja news,
heaven as,
level has


10 letters:
dressed as,
breath was,
health has,
wealth has,
as well as,
success as,
heaven has,
penal laws,
develop as


11 letters:
chair rungs,
check comes,
death comes,
press studs,
bread comes,
flesh comes,
press comes,
progress as,
success has,
heavy thuds,
demon whose,
devil whose,
edges whose,
epoch whose,
feta cheese,
lemma shows,
level whose,
metal whose


12 letters:
breath comes,
addressed as,
progress has,
access comes,
convex hulls,
heaven knows,
heaven whose


13 letters:
depression as,
develop poise,
expression as,
profession as


14 letters:
pressure hulls,
expression has,
profession has


16 letters:
depression whose,
expression whose,
profession knows


Some other possibilities:

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