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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with unbelt:

2 syllables:
sun belt,
cam belt,
can best,
then felt,
can bet,
but felt,
can rest,
can test,
gun rest,
has dealt,
has felt,
man left,
man went,
men left,
men went,
sun went,
ten cent,
then left,
then sent,
then went,
was bent,
was best,
was dealt,
was felt,
when left,
ben hecht,
can set,
can yet,
non est,
rust belt,
sun set,
then set,
when set,
when wet,
chen et,
comme c'est,
non net,
some rest,
some went,
van het,
young guest,
blood test,
but kept,
but left,
but sent,
but went,
chief guest,
drug test,
flush left,
has kept,
has left,
has sent,
hurrahs nest,
in pelt,
love nest,
much left,
pup tent,
stress test,
sub test,
thus left,
was checked,
was kept,
was left,
was sent,
was wrecked,
dutch built,
has built,
his belt,
non vult,
this belt,
was built,
comme cette,
drum set,
dumb bells,
some set,
then spent,
when pressed,
young breast,
blunt chest,
break a sweat,
but set


3 syllables:
cotton belt,
office dealt,
urban built,
extent helped,
alice spent,
cotton belts,
money belts,
office spent,
tighten belt,
under belt,
abat vent,
acid test,
added sept.,
alice stepped,
ended sept.,
unless checked,
office built


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