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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with at best:

2 syllables:
flat chest,
rat belt,
that west,
that blessed,
that test,
had guessed,
aq. dest,
aq dest,
back rest,
black belt,
black chest,
crash test,
fab test,
fan belt,
flak vest,
lap belt,
pap test,
patch test,
scratch test,
stab vest,
that dealt,
that felt,
that kept,
that left,
that sent,
that went,
what went,
black breast,
rats nest,
sat next,
that debt,
that met,
that next,
that set,
that yet,
what next,
wrats nest,
class spent,
had checked,
had felt,
had kept,
had left,
had lent,
had sent,
that text,
back rent,
back vent,
black rent,
hath sent,
pack tent,
rack rent,
staff dealt,
doubt guessed,
had pressed,
not rest,
out west,
shot belt,
that built,
that just,
that list,
that must,
that trust,
what must,
and rest,
and test,
and west,
had dealt,
had dressed,
had met,
had set,
had yet,
tanned chest,
alt text,
bag net,
batch tests,
black belts,
clap net,
class tests,
crash tests,
fan belts,
fan jet,
flat bench,
grass stretched,
hams test,
lance rest,
pap tests,
passed sept.,
passed tests,
patch tests


3 syllables:
guaiac test,
combat pests,
fatty breast,
shadow test,
exact tests,
galley west,
kanye west,
latter dealt,
matter dealt,
orang besar,
padang besar


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