Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with osiris:

2 syllables:
ear as,
fear as,
here as,
here has,
near as,
sphere as,
there as,
there has,
were as,
year as,
year has,
being as,
being has,
big as,
bill as,
bill has,
bit as,
did as,
fish as,
fit as,
him as,
him has,
his as,
if as,
ill as,
in. as,
in as,
in u.s.,
is as,
it as,
it has,
king as,
king has,
myth as,
paris as,
quick as,
rich as,
ship as,
ship has,
sin as,
sin has,
sit as,
skill as,
skin as,
skin has,
smith has,
stiff as,
still as,
still has,
thick as,
thin as,
thing as,
thing has,
this as,
this has,
which as,
which has,
will as,
will has,
with as,
with u.s.,
beer was,
ear was,
ears as,
fear was,
here was,
tears as,
there was,
year was,
years as,
years has,
air as,
air has,
care as,
care has,
chair as,
fair as,
floor as,
hair as,
poor as,
pure as,
rare as,
share as,
where as,
where has,
hear us,
near us,
beer up,
being was,
big guns

3 syllables:
appear as,
career as,
career has,
appeared as,
appears as,
career was,
zero as,
appear on,
berlin was

4 syllables:
criteria as

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