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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with purest:

2 syllables:
book rest,
floor guest,
stood dressed,
stood pressed,
dna test,
elle est,
full list,
id est,
il est,
non est,
psa test,
sud est,
sweat test,
bull necked,
full pelt,
poor health,
can rest,
chin rest,
fear lest,
for rest,
glare test,
gun rest,
head rest,
his rest,
may rest,
neck crest,
no rest,
or rest,
shear test,
smear test,
some rest,
there rests,
they rest,
to rest,
were best,
which rest,
will rest,
you rest,
book debt,
floor heave,
floor swept,
foot net,
full set,
full text,
looked wretched,
moore spent,
poor wretch,
pure air,
stood next,
ben hecht,
is sent,
still left,
this sect,
bare assed,
book end

3 syllables:
secured debt,
extra guest,
bureau helped,
during chest,
failure rests,
secured debts

4 syllables:
unsecured debt,
accurate tests,
procedure rests,
unsecured debts

Some other possibilities:

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See purest used in context: 6 poetry verses, 6 Shakespeare works, 1 definition

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