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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with weakest:

2 syllables:
by just,
see just,
team must,
they just,
they must,
why must,
die cut,
pie crust,
they cut,
they rushed,
they kissed,
they get,
beach hut,
been just,
by but,
each must,
eat dust,
greek cults,
leaf rust,
my trust,
see but,
street trust,
surely trust,
these must,
they but,
they let,
they put,
they trust,
viele leute,
wheat rust,
been cut,
clean cut,
be my guest,
my guest,
shrewdly guessed,
by west,
free list,
hi test,
key west,
my best,
my chest,
my list,
my wrist,
steam hissed,
surely missed,
they kept,
they missed,
they rest,
try best,
very best,
stream gushed,
beauty comes,
creek comes


3 syllables:
ubi sunt,
china sought,
complete trust,
dika nut,
oasdi trust,
villa seurat,
machine cut,
mica schist,
mica slate,
micah asked,
crisis at,
eases out,
giga byte,
legal eight,
legal light,
pieces at,
pieces out,
reaches eight,
reaches out,
speeches at,
teaches at,
teases out,
beaten it,
beaten out,
china bought,
china fought,
china hoped,
china jute,
china light,
china might,
china right,
china root,
china that,
china thought,
china white,
college dept.,
critique comes,
eaten at,
eaten out,
entry comes


4 syllables:
area must,
employee must,
charina bottae,
completed at,
completed eight,
completed it,
defeated at


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