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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with garment:

2 syllables:
both must,
cause must,
fox hunt,
god must,
smart assed,
star dust,
square nut,
art must,
heart must,
job hunt,
square butte,
square cut,
square front,
arm on,
farm on,
crop dust,
from dust,
from just,
mot juste,
not just,
not trust,
clark kent,
form must,
more must,
nor must,
or must,
war must,
ward hunt,
cob nut,
lock nut,
block front,
conn. courant,
from front,
from parent,
god but,
got shut,
guard rushed,
not but,
not cut,
not get,
not let,
not put,
not shut,
sharp punch,
shock front,
shock gut,
shop front,
shot put,
smart dust,
somme front,
hard nut


3 syllables:
garden at,
garden net,
odd man out,
army hut,
carmen thought,
common at,
common height,
common newt,
martha might,
sparta might,
aragon front,
bourgeois parents,
carla thought,
data must,
dropped a hint,
father must,
johnson et,
london at,
london night,
london ought,
marcia wright,
market at,
market ought,
martha foote,
martha thought,
martha white,
martha wright,
martha wrote,
marvel at,
partial light,
prepare lunch,
scarlet hat,
squadron eight,
started at,
started eight,
started it,
started out,
target height,
norman knight,
a hard nut,
buona notte,
clara might,
drama might,
apart on


4 syllables:
malabar nut,
sawarra nut,
regarded it,
souari nut


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