Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with transparence:

2 syllables:
flare ups,
bare ass,
glare ice,
check ups,
press ups,
set ups,
bless us,
lead us,
met us,
set us,
tell us,
air on,
bare assed,
bear an,
bear on,
care on,
chair on,
err on,
hair on,
pressure ice,
share an,
wear on,
where an,
where on,
chair rungs,
guess since,
press since,
share its,
where else,
where its,
bear hugs,
check pulse,
egg cups,
french chefs,
send ups,
air is,
bear his,
bear is,
care is,
chair is,
chair since,
fair is

3 syllables:
heron house,
karen hesse,
serum assay,
serum is,
began his,
brewton house,
care a toss,
carol heiss,
compel us,
devon house,
feral house,
heaven is,
lesson is,
merit is,
rosette assay,
session house,
session is,
seven house,
their huts,
tunel assay,
behrman house,
carry us,
clarence house,
era is,
naira notes,
waren diese,
access since,
assess since,
progress since,
success since,
gresham house,
assess pulse,
cecil house,
credit is,
della reese,
devil is,
headache is,
level house,
level is,
metal is,
reset pulse,
special house,
stella chess,
vessel is,
aware since

4 syllables:
aggression is,
confession is,
depression is,
expression assay,
expression is,
possession is,
profession is,
progression is,
regression is,
succession is,
cigarette butts,
develop his,
expresses his

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