Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with patness:

2 syllables:
at bus,
at twice,
pratt truss,
that thus,
at us,
cat ice,
fat ass,
than us,
had thus,
and ice,
ask us,
drags ass,
fast ice,
grant us,
land ice,
passed us,
past us,
takes us,
had us,
that must,
what must,
at dusk,
at just,
black eunuchs,
black ice,
brash ice,
brass knucks,
class twice,
drag ass,
had twice,
jack ass,
jack truss,
pack ice,
passed twice,
patch ice,
plant twice,
plaque assay,
rapped twice,
tapped twice,
than twice,
that cuts,
that just,
that non,
that sucks,
that trust,
trash ice,
wrapped twice,
rat assed,
at miss,
that miss,
at this,
brought twice,
caught twice,
fought twice,
howe truss,
not thus,
square roughness,
that this,
though twice,
thought twice,
torn ass,
warn us,
what this,
and thus,
at much,
at was,
cat was,
class must,
fat man,
had just,
hat was,
plan must,
staff must,
that man,
that men,
that much,
that was,
what man,
what men,
what was,
asked us,
asks us,
at run,
at san,
at some,
at such

3 syllables:
contact us,
attack us,
attacked twice,
extract twice,
hanna house,
patna rice,
about twice,
dragging ass,
plasma is,
after us,
allowed us,
allows us,
alpha house,
anchor ice

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