Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with contortionist:

3 syllables:
caution must,
for comment,
georgia dept.,
or unjust,
short adult,
short ascent,
forces must,
forth amidst,
course suggest,
for adult,
for conduct,
fought contest,
fourth buddhist,
or adult,
or conduct,
or consent,
or result,
store result,
foreign dept.,
foreign deptt,
morton trust,
ore tenus,
short contest,
sought comment,
strong cement,
thought unjust,
broad result,
called adult,
thought decent,
wrong result,
boersch effect,
court assessed,
for judgment,
or judgment,
store tenant,
for comments,
foreign trust,
quartz cement,
score comments,
short comment,
walked amidst

4 syllables:
portion about,
foreign asset,
among buddhist,
support adult,
torsion about,
foreman about,
gordon about,
jordan about,
morgan about,
norman about,
organ about,
records attest,
reports attest,
sources assert,
proportion as,
caution about,
coronal light,
foreign about,
moral asset,
morgan noticed,
portion attached,
portions about,
story contest,
warren about,
among decent,
default result,
before judgment,
before possessed,
georgia gazette,
foreign assets,
foreign estate

5 syllables:
proportion about,
proportionate height,
enormous asset,
ctenophore genus,
abortion debate,
oration about,
proportional weight,
proportionate fault,
proportionate weight,
proportions about

7 syllables:
explanatory comment

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