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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with septet:

2 syllables:
net debt,
air jet,
dead set,
death threat,
delle sette,
dense set,
faire cette,
hair net,
jet set,
net net,
them yet,
well met,
well set,
kept it,
stepped it,
kept head,
bell tent,
best bet,
breath test,
c'est cette,
chess set,
glare test,
press stressed,
test set,
sept. sept.,
sweat test,
best it,
chip set,
dip net,
felt it,
guessed it,
left it,
lest it,
pressed it,
sent it,
spent it,
step cut,
test it,
up yet,
went it,
wren tit,
death dealt,
febs lett,
fresh debts,
well dressed,
air vent,
belle terre,
chest hair,
chest heave,
crest hair,
dead sets,
death threats,
delle terre,
etc. etc.,
fresh scent,
fresh sweat,
head bent,
head rest,
health threat,
hedge bets,
hell bent,
left edge,
neck crest,
nest egg


3 syllables:
complex set,
convex set,
accept it,
except it,
erect setae,
le cell test,
perfect set,
affect it,
collect it,
connect it,
direct hit,
direct it,
effect it,
expect it,
expressed it,
object it,
prevent it,
protect it,
reject it,
resent it,
respect it,
select it,
subject it,
suspect it,
any debt,
preferred debt,
their debt,
any set,
better yet,
ever met,
ever set,
ever yet,
heavy set,
hotel guest,
lego set,
never met


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