Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with showpiece:

7 letters:
bo peep,
mo pete,
cow pie,
to east,
to beat,
body is,
cone is,
none is,
zone is

8 letters:
no peace,
to peace,
to cease,
who eats,
do these,
low beam,
now been,
so these,
to seize,
to these,
two beat,
who sees

9 letters:
bow piece,
two piece,
one piece,
so please,
to please,
two peaks,
to greece,
two seats,
two weeks,
who keeps,
who seeks,
how these,
kobe beef,
now these,
plow beam

10 letters:
nose piece,
pole piece,
two sheets,
hold peace,
so pleased,
who speaks,
above each

11 letters:
dough piece,
gross piece,
known peace,
known piece,
prose piece,
spoke peace,
stone piece,
those pious,
whole peace,
whole piece,
whose peace,
gross lease,
stone heaps,
could piece,
shows peaks,
whose peaks,
throw these,
above piece,
lower piece,
enjoy peace,
robie house,
allow peace,
chaco peace,
lower peaks,
snowy peaks,
endow these,
piano piece

12 letters:
slowly eased,
rolled piece,
showed peaks,
growth these,
broker peace,
follow peace,
hollow peace,
hollow piece,
narrow piece,
toward peace,
uphold peace,
yellow piece

13 letters:
promote peace,
propose peace,
unknown piece,
destroy peace,
exposed piece,
glowing piece,
growing peace,
unknown peaks,
approach each,
marconi house,
chicago peace,
ongoing peace

14 letters:
thorough piece,
composed piece,
enclosed piece,
promotes peace,
proposed peace,
proposed piece

Some other possibilities:

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