Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with artists:

2 syllables:
heart trusts,
square tests,
giant trusts,
sharp gusts,
sharp tusks,
start ups,
smart ass,
smart assed,
choir monks,
block tests,
shock tests,
bronze busts,
heart jumps,
heart pumps,
heart thumps,
mots justes,
sharp cusps,
sharp pulse,
square pulse,
chart lists,
heart rests,
hard ass,
lard ass,
star dust,
cost us,
heart pulse

3 syllables:
artist is,
harvest house,
harvest is,
largest house,
martin notes,
started its,
artist takes,
data sets,
bourgeois parents,
compare lists,
prepare lists,
garden notes,
careless voice,
cotton tufts,
harlem heights,
harness horse,
harness race,
market heights,
marshall houts,
martin weiss,
pasta sheets,
prepare parents,
sonny tufts,
started this,
compare texts,
support trusts,
artist as,
artist has,
artist whose,
garden seats,
garden sites,
modest house,
started his,
artist had,
artist in,
artist of,
artist or,
artist ought,
barton house,
carbon sites,
carcass weights,
carnal lusts,
data rates,
data sheets,
data source,
harvest lice,
harvest louse,
harvest mouse,
harvest takes,
largest horse,
largest peace,
largest piece,
largest types,
larval hosts,
latin notes,
marble seats,
marcus notes,
market house,
market is,
market sites,
market tastes,
market tests,
marten boots,
martin house,
martin takes,
martin writes,
parma heights,
partial lists,
pasta sauce

4 syllables:
departed hence,
departed this,
apartment house,
apartment is,
department is

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