Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with besort:

2 syllables:
cette sorte,
press sought,
telle sorte,
this sort,
air port,
breath short,
clare short,
fell short,
hair salt,
mette hjort,
setae short,
venae portae,
where court,
where short,
dense short,
hence short,
press or,
press sports,
press thought,
steps short,
bret harte,
brick court,
dead heart,
fresh heart,
his aunt,
his soft,
is soft,
la mort,
la porte,
this salt,
air horn,
claire walked,
dead horse,
death haunts,
fresh horse,
mess halls,
spare horse,
where horse,
deuce court,
douglas sought,
good sort,
guess at,
his court,
his short,
is short,
is sought,
netts out,
no sort,
paris court,
press at,
press ought,
press out,
press start,
some sort,
such sort,
suche sorte,
swiss court,
this court,
this fort,
this port,
this short,
to sort,
twice sought,
was sort

3 syllables:
assess short,
possess short,
assess heart,
of a sort,
assez forte,
complex salt,
excess salts,
access or,
access ports,
address short,
any sort,
better sort,
defense sought,
excess or,
express or,
express thought,
progress or,
success or,
ala cort,
extra short,
janet walked,
michelle walked,
subject talked,
advice sought,
complex heart,
depressed heart,
office court,
office sought,
oppressed heart,
progress at,
progress chart,
progress ought,
success at,
success ought,
unless court

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See besort used in context: 2 Shakespeare works

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