Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with rodents:

2 syllables:
two cents,
so dense,
two tests,
beaux gestes,
gross rents,
gross sense,
no sense,
road tests,
smoke vents,
to sense,
two pence,
two sets,
who gets,
who sets,
road sense,
should hence,
shows dense,
those debts,
whose debts,
would hence,
coach helps,
growth helps,
cloze tests,
growth tests,
known tests,
probe tests,
quote texts,
smoke tests,
those tests,
two texts,
wrote texts,
do less,
growth rests,
hope chests,
no less,
no sex,
now less,
one else,
should espouse,
stone celts,
stone rests,
to less,
to sex,
who helps,
whole rests,
owed its,
showed its,
grows tense,
wrote thence,
boat decks,
close sense,
droll sense,
flows thence,
how else,
known deaths,
known sense,
knows whence,
low rent,
now sent,
now went,
one gets,
one sense,
prose sense,
stone fence,
stroke deaths,
those deaths,
to dress,
to guess,
to rent,
who dealt,
who else,
who sent,
who went,
whole sense,
whose deaths,
whose sense

3 syllables:
lower rents,
above helps,
alone helps,
approach helps,
above tests,
approach tests,
thorough tests,
alone rests,
approach rests,
women cease,
women choose,
women peace,
quota rents,
remote sense,
above decks,
above sense,
going hence,
lower decks,
lower sense,
proposed tests,
thorough sense,
unknown sense,
women is,
women rights

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