Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with trellis:

2 syllables:
bell is,
cell is,
hell is,
sell his,
shell is,
smell is,
tell his,
well is,
air is,
bear his,
bear is,
bet is,
bread is,
breath is,
care is,
chair is,
check his,
check is,
dead is,
death his,
death is,
debt is,
deck is,
edge is,
egg is,
fair is,
fare is,
flesh is,
guess is,
hair is,
head is,
lead his,
lead is,
met his,
neck is,
net is,
pair is,
press his,
press is,
set his,
set is,
share his,
share is,
sketch is,
spare his,
spread his,
spread is,
step is,
them his,
them is,
thread is,
threat is,
wear his,
web is,
where his,
where is,
yet his,
yet is,
belt is,
cells is,
else is,
felt his,
health is,
held his,
help his,
help is,
self is,
sell its,
sells his,
tell this,
tells his,
wealth is,
well this,
bill is,
bull is,
drill is,
fill his,
hill is,
kill his,
mill is,
pull his,
skill is,
skull is,
still his,
still is,
till his

3 syllables:
hotel is,
access is,
addressed his,
excess is,
express his,
progress is,
repair is,
success is,
fellow is,
seller is,
fulfil his,
fulfill his

Some other possibilities:

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