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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with thomist:

2 syllables:
both must,
cause must,
from dust,
from just,
god must,
job hunt,
law must,
crop dust,
job but,
mot juste,
not just,
not trust,
rock cut,
smart assed,
star dust,
art must,
from us,
heart must,
half assed,
hoc est,
know just,
mot test,
not test,
quod est,
rat assed,
saw dust,
spot test,
fox hunt


3 syllables:
ramus height,
common at,
common height,
common newt,
data set,
drama might,
drama that,
mamma thought,
police at,
police ought,
police sought,
ramah chert,
common set,
common sight,
data must,
drama based,
drama first,
drama ought,
father must,
mamma asked,
momma asked,
thomas sought,
buona notte,
causes it,
donna thought,
gonna fight,
gonna get,
gonna shoot,
gonna write,
jonah thought,
loses height,
losses at,
wanna fight,
watches it,
awful height,
awful light,
awful lot,
blossom out,
blotted out,
bobbin net,
bobble hat,
bottom heat,
bottom might,
bottom out,
chosen at,
chosen knight,
chosen not,
clara might,
clara thought,
clara wrote,
cockle hat,
cossack hat,
cottage at,
data but,
data not,
data rate,
data sheet,
data that,
drop a hint,
facial height,
gotta fight,
gotta right,
gotta write


4 syllables:
canada sought,
pajama shirt,
santayana wrote,
an awful lot,
canada might,
canada write,
deposit at,
fajada butte


5 syllables:
alabama state


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