Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with units:

2 syllables:
crew cuts,
tune ups,
boot ups,
blue pus,
move us,
you thus,
blue ice,
chew ass,
blue jets,
blue tits,
crew necks,
prove its,
use its,
fruit cups,
ku klux,
screw pumps,
shoot cuffs,
shoot ducks,
blue notes,
bourdieu notes,
drew its,
few nights,
few notes,
go nuts,
moon is,
pine nuts,
moon as,
moon has,
soon as,
thou must,
too must,
you must,
booze bus,
crew cut,
few but,
fruit twice,
group parents,
hu nan,
knew but,
knew just,
moon on,
new but,
noon on

3 syllables:
poona horse,
resume its,
produce its,
reduce its,
houmas house,
human is,
newman house,
stupid ass,
ducal house,
foul ups,
fusion assay,
fusion is,
hula hoops,
lucia chase,
lucia joyce,
newsam house,
newton house,
noodle house,
pupil is,
usage is,
review notes,
unit is,
as soon as,
fluid is,
newman notes,
balloon pumps,
blew a kiss,
cuba is,
jewel house,
juice is,
lucas heights,
pucca house

4 syllables:
unity house,
unity is,
concluded his,
secluded house,
allusion is,
approval is,
conclusion is,
confusion is,
diffusion assay,
diffusion is,
dilution assay,
exclusion is,
pollution is,
removal is,
solution is,
ursula hicks,
cayuga heights,
conclusion notes,
funeral hearse,
funeral house,
produces its

5 syllables:
community house,
community is,
evolution is,
resolution is

Some other possibilities:

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