Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with garments:

2 syllables:
choir monks,
both parents,
cause parents,
from parents,
god parents,
heart trusts,
scotch parents,
sharp gusts,
sharp pulse,
shock fronts,
square pulse,
start ups,
square roughness,
got lumps,
hard ass,
lard ass,
smart ass,
start parents

3 syllables:
bourgeois parents,
garden notes,
goffman notes,
martin notes,
prepare parents,
common gnats,
garment piece,
parma heights,
darkened house,
harlem heights,
artist is,
dharma talks,
harvest house,
harvest is,
johnson notes,
largest house,
london nights,
london notes,
market heights,
marshall houts,
martin weiss,
started its,
depart ments,
norman knights,
arden house,
argon dates,
arlen house,
bargain rates,
barton house,
carbon dates,
carbon is,
carbon sheets,
carbon sites,
carbon takes,
carbon tax,
carbon types,
carpet knights,
carson house,
chosen knights,
common ax,
common axe,
common choice,
common hopes,
common hops,
common horse,
common louse,
common mouse,
common peace,
common piece,
common purse,
common voice,
commons house,
garden gates,
garden house,
garden is,
garden lights,
garden seats,
garden sites,
garden takes,
garden terrace,
garden types,
garment of,
harlem nights,
lacan notes,
latin notes,
marcus notes,
market house,
market is,
marshall notes,
marten boots,
martin house,
martin takes,
martin writes,
starless nights,
stolen notes,
target house

4 syllables:
apartment house,
apartment is,
department is,
respondent is,
canada notes,
carbonate is

Some other possibilities:

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See garments used in context: 29 poetry verses, 36 Shakespeare works, 61 Bible passages, 55 definitions

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