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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with steadfast:

2 syllables:
head fast,
thread passed,
held fast,
bread wrapped,
breath passed,
breathe last,
death passed,
shell passed,
well past,
bread that,
breathed last,
dead cat,
dread that,
friend passed,
head that,
heads at,
spread that,
thread that,
dead at,
dead flat,
head at,
air shaft,
chest ached,
death chant,
hair shaft,
health act,
it fast,
sex act,
stair shaft,
test act,
well matched,
blood passed,
did last,
is fast,
was fast,
were fast,
with fast,
bet that,
debt that,
etc. at,
gets at,
jet ant,
met that,
set that,
stressed that,
threat that,
went past,
yet that,
yet what,
air act,
air blast,
air that,
bear cat,
bear that,
bent at,
best at,
breath rasped,
brent asked,
care that,
care what,
cell that,
cells at,
cells passed,
cent at,
chair that,
check cashed,
check facts,
check that,
checked at,
desk at,
dress hat

3 syllables:
excess paste,
acid fast,
ahead at,
access shaft,
assets at,
effect passed,
knesset passed,
letter passed,
object passed,
percent passed,
project passed,
recent past,
regret that,
select paste,
subject passed,
upset that,
address at,
address passed,
agent asked,
agent at,
any fact,
assessed at,
attend at,
aware that,
complex at,
content at,
defense asked,
direct at,
effect asked

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See steadfast used in context: 5 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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