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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with abscessed:

2 syllables:
fab test,
stab vest,
aq. dest,
aq dest,
at west,
back rest,
black chest,
crash test,
flak vest,
flat chest,
had guessed,
had sent,
hath sent,
that best,
that sent,
that west,
black breast,
had set,
lance rest,
rats nest,
shall set,
that blessed,
that set,
that test,
wrats nest,
lap belt,
at left,
back rent,
back vent,
black belt,
black rent,
class spent,
fan belt,
had checked,
had felt,
had kept,
had left,
had lent,
pack tent,
rack rent,
rat belt,
staff dealt,
that dealt,
that felt,
that kept,
that left,
that went,
what went,
though blessed,
clap net,
had pressed,
hams test,
pap tests,
alt text,
and best,
and rest,
and sent,
and test,
and west,
bag net,
batch tests,
blacks helped,
class tests,
crash tests,
fan jet,
franz seldte,
glance swept,
had dealt,
had dressed,
had met,
had slept,
had spent,
had stepped,
had swept,
had yet,
passed sept.,
passed tests,
patch tests,
plant tests,
sat next,
schatz stent,
scratch tests


3 syllables:
guaiac test,
rabbit test,
enough breast,
cancel out,
combat pests,
exact tests,
galley west,
japan spent,
kanye west,
shadow test


4 syllables:
really messed


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