Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with adept:

2 syllables:
had dealt,
bad debt,
had helped,
had kept,
that test,
that helped,
that kept,
aq. dest,
aq dest,
class helped,
had best,
had checked,
had felt,
had guessed,
had left,
had lent,
had sent,
staff dealt,
staff helped,
that dealt,
and helped,
and kept,
bad debts,
had crept,
had dressed,
had met,
had set,
had slept,
had stepped,
had swept,
had yet,
that debt,
quod est,
at best,
at left,
at rest,
at west,
crash test,
fab test,
flat chest,
had dared,
had held,
pack tent,
pap test,
patch test,
rat belt,
scratch test,
that best,
that felt,
that left,
that sent,
that text,
that went,
that west,
what went,
back rent,
back rest,
back vent,
bad ems,
bad health,
black belt,
black chest,
black rent,
class spent,
fan belt,
flak vest,
hath sent,
lap belt,
rack rent,
stab vest,
add it,
bad it,
glad it,
had hit,
had hoped,
had it,
mass. dept.,
grant helped,
passed sept.,
shall tempt,
that met,
that set,
that swept,
that yet,
and best,
and felt,
and left,
and rest,
and sent

3 syllables:
japan helped,
guaiac test,
affair at,
again at,
again eight,
again it,
again not,
latter helped,
a bad egg,
again put

4 syllables:
abraham dwelt

Some other possibilities:

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See adept used in context: 4 poetry verses, 4 definitions

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