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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with vessels:

6 letters:
et les,
air as,
met as,
set as,
yet as,
et ses,
sex as


7 letters:
air has,
care as,
cell as,
dead as,
debt as,
fair as,
fell as,
hair as,
head as,
lead as,
neck as,
rare as,
set has,
step as,
them as,
well as,
yet has,
best as,
else as,
less as,
rest as,
test as,
west as


8 letters:
chez les,
press as,
care has,
cell has,
chair as,
death as,
debt has,
fresh as,
head has,
share as,
step has,
them has,
where as,
chest as,
dress as,
else has,
sense as,
steps as,
test has,
ahead as,
level as


9 letters:
press has,
bear hugs,
breath as,
death has,
spread as,
where has,
press was,
sense has,
hotel has,
level has,
assets as


10 letters:
dressed as,
success as,
vessel has,
as well as,
penal laws,
address as,
complex as,
vessel was


11 letters:
chair rungs,
check comes,
press comes,
press studs,
progress as,
success has,
devil whose,
level whose,
metal whose,
assessed as,
success was


12 letters:
convex hulls,
progress has,
vessel whose,
excess cells,
access comes,
addressed as,
special laws,
expressed as,
progress was,
vessel lines,
vessel shows,
successor as


13 letters:
success comes,
messiah whose,
vessel leaves,
successful as


14 letters:
pressure hulls,
progress comes,
sessile leaves


Some other possibilities:

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See vessels used in context: 4 rhymes, 5 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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