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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with assessment:

2 syllables:
care must,
death must,
glenn shunt,
press dept.,
step parent,
steps must,
them must,
head smut,
air duct,
breath puffed,
breath rushed,
breath sucked,
hell dust,
sweat duct,
them just,
this must,
bread nut,
check nut,
bare assed,
bread stuffed,
cette lutte,
chest puffed,
dead but,
death but,
death put,
fresh cut,
fresh scents,
fresh sliced,
hair cut,
head but,
head butt,
press trust,
pressure must,
rare but,
step cut,
steppe front

3 syllables:
question at,
question eight,
question it,
question not,
question ought,
desmond hoyte,
lesson eight,
address dept.,
agent must,
defense dept.,
effect must,
excess thrust,
express receipt,
express trust,
hotel front,
kept on at,
mention it,
mention ought,
object must,
progress trust,
section at,
section eight,
section it,
slept on it,
stepped on it,
steps on it,
strengthen it,
subject must,
tension at,
tested at,
tested eight

4 syllables:
professor wundt,
specimen height,
arrested at,
arrested eight,
attention at,
attention it,
attention ought,
cigarette butt,
collection at,
connection it,
convention at,
convention ought,
direction at,
direction it,
direction ought,
election at,
election night,
election ought,
exception ought,
objection ought,
professor dept.,
protection at,
protection ought,
reception at,
reflection height,
reflection ought,
successful at,
successful light,
suggested at,
suggested eight,
suggested it,
suspension height

5 syllables:
peritoneal shunt

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