Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with nessus:

2 syllables:
lets us,
leads us,
tells us,
belle chasse,
help us,
kept us,
left us,
pressure ice,
send us,
sent us,
shelf ice,
them thus,
dress is,
less is,
dress as,
less as,
bare ass,
dress up,
glare ice,
helps us,
lead us,
less an,
less on,
met us,
press twice,
pressed twice,
set us,
tell us,
dress twice,
press ass'n,
press ups,
best is,
blessed is,
breast is,
bust ass,
chest is,
else is,
gets his,
hence his,
hence is,
is thus,
kicks ass,
lest his,
nest is,
pressed his,
puts us,
rest his,
rest is,
sense is,
sets his,
sex is,
steps is,
test his,
test is,
west is,
whips ass,
best as,
chest as,
else as,
else has

3 syllables:
express bus,
address bus,
compels us,
affect us,
direct assay,
expect us,
prevent us,
protect us,
address is,
address as,
address on,
address some,
assess pulse,
assessed twice,
beside us,
compel us,
digest ass'n,
excess stress,
prevents us,
rosette assay,
tunel assay,
arrest is,
assets is,
assist us,
complex is,
confessed his,
convince us,
defense is,
expense is,
express this,
expressed his,
offence is,
offense is,
possess this,
reflex is,
request is,
assessed as,
assets as,
complex as

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