Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with showpiece:

2 syllables:
bow piece,
dough piece,
no peace,
to peace,
two piece,
to cease,
gross piece,
known peace,
known piece,
nose piece,
one piece,
pole piece,
prose piece,
so please,
spoke peace,
stone piece,
those pious,
to please,
two peaks,
whole peace,
whole piece,
whose peace,
bo peep,
gross lease,
mo pete,
slowly eased,
stone heaps,
to greece,
two seats,
two sheets,
two weeks,
who keeps,
who seeks,
could piece,
cow pie,
hold peace,
rolled piece,
showed peaks,
shows peaks,
so pleased,
to east,
who eats,
who speaks,
whose peaks,
do these,
growth these,
how these,
kobe beef,
low beam,
now been,
now these,
plow beam,
so these,
throw these,
to beat,
to seize,
to these,
two beat,
who sees

3 syllables:
above piece,
lower piece,
promote peace,
propose peace,
thorough piece,
unknown piece,
destroy peace,
enjoy peace,
robie house,
body is,
cone is,
none is,
zone is,
allow peace,
broker peace,
chaco peace,
composed piece,
enclosed piece,
exposed piece,
follow peace,
glowing piece,
growing peace,
hollow peace,
hollow piece,
lower peaks,
narrow piece,
promotes peace,
proposed peace,
proposed piece,
snowy peaks,
toward peace,
unknown peaks,
uphold peace,
yellow piece,
endow these,
above each,
approach each

4 syllables:
marconi house,
chicago peace,
ongoing peace,
piano piece

Some other possibilities:

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