Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with abreast:

2 syllables:
from rest,
not rest,
cause breast,
bomb chest,
cause chest,
far west,
from west,
homme n'est,
square test,
arm rest,
block rests,
hoc est,
mot test,
not test,
quod est,
spot test,
pop tent,
stopped breast,
top left,
both felt,
both left,
both went,
calm belt,
clark kent,
dog bent,
far fetched,
far left,
fog belt,
from left,
god sent,
not checked,
not dealt,
not felt,
not kept,
not left,
not sent,
once sent,
shot belt,
stock theft,
though pressed,
back rest,
fab test,
half rest,
not trust,
stab vest,
though blessed,
sharp chest,
block tests,
bond debt,
box set,
dot net,
france et,
large chest,
locked chest,
mar text,
mares nest,
monde n'est,
mos fet,
most wretched,
not met,
not set,
not yet,
once set,
shock tests,
square set,
square tests,
tzanck test,
black breast,
blue breast,
broad breast,
brown breast,
for breast,
for rest,
her breast,
know best,
my breast,
or rest,
your breast,
be hard pressed,
drop press,
hard pressed,
sharp crest

3 syllables:
enough breast,
bizarre dress,
hollow chest,
honor guest,
quasi rent,
schwabachs test,
wada test,
about breast,
among breast,
because breast,
bourgeois press,
father pressed,
lllinois press

4 syllables:
another guest,
another test

5 syllables:
ishihara test

Some other possibilities:

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