Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pastries:

2 syllables:
class tries,
grass trees,
ash trees,
black trees,
classed these,
palm trees,
passed these,
paste these,
plant trees,
staff tries,
backed these,
chant these,
dashed these,
draft these,
flash freeze,
grant these,
grasp these,
kraft cheese,
lacked these,
mapped these,
matched these,
packed these,
plant these,
shall freeze,
staffed these,
tracked these,
cross trees,
and trees,
asked these,
at these,
branched trees,
casts these,
class street,
class these,
glass screens,
grand trees,
grasped these,
grass greens,
mass. these,
paste beads,
rat cheese,
that sees,
that these,
what these,
and cheese,
and these,
at ease,
banned these,
black-eyed peas,
black eyed peas,
brand these,
class teams,
dragged these,
grass tree,
hand cheese,
manned these,
planned these,
plants trees

3 syllables:
attack trees,
attacked trees,
forecast these,
recast these,
surpassed these,
kiawe trees,
abstract these,
adapt these,
attached these,
attacked these,
attract these,
contact these,
enact these,
extract these,
retract these,
subtract these,
supplant these,
transplant these,
unmask these,
advanced these,
combat these,
enhanced these,
faster these,
financed these,
forecast needs,
latter tries,
many trees,
master these,
nature tries,
precast beams,
relaxed these,
scattered trees,
scraggly trees,
shattered trees,
surpass these,
value trees,
expand these,
massive trees

4 syllables:
attacker tries,
marrowfat peas,
really tries,
savanna trees

Some other possibilities:

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