Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with thinnest:

2 syllables:
him must,
in just,
deer hunt,
still hunt,
there rushed,
witch hunt,
being just,
here must,
him just,
it must,
king must,
still must,
there must,
thing must,
this must,
which must,
will must,
beer bust,
brick dust,
did just,
here just,
his hut,
his just,
if just,
is just,
it just,
still just,
there just,
thick crust,
this just,
were just,
which just,
will just,
will let,
with dust,
with just,
in. but,
in but,
in ice,
in trust,
in us,
king nut,
since sliced,
wing nut,
them must,
bare assed,
id est,
il est,
being rushed,
being sucked,
spring gushed,
chin ups

3 syllables:
finite height,
in a light,
until just,
villus height,
binet test,
business at,
business it,
business ought,
business suit,
finite set,
guinness stout,
innate taste,
jinnah asked,
minute setae,
minutes at,
minutes it,
on thin ice,
pinnate setae,
witness ought,
acid dust,
dishes out,
image at,
image height,
limit it,
misses out,
wishes ought,
bristle at,
chicken out

4 syllables:
vitamin assay,
addition it,
admitted at,
admitted it,
alicia thought,
commission at,
commission ought,
condition at,
condition it,
condition ought,
condition out,
coquilla nut,
decision at,
decision height,
decision not,
decision ought,
division at

5 syllables:
algorithm might,
communism might,
definition ought

Some other possibilities:

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