Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with attachments:

2 syllables:
black currants,
black monks,
gland ducts,
grass tufts,
black parents,
branch ducts,
class parents,
crack fronts,
frank luntz,
glass fronts,
graham cutts,
schatz stents,
that cuts,
that parents,
branch mints,
trash dumps,
black pumps,
squat jumps,
at depths,
black depths,
crack depths,
batch tests,
black tents,
false scents,
glass melts,
match funds,
patch tests,
rack rents,
scratch tests,
though parents,
black eunuchs,
brass knucks,
patch ice

3 syllables:
fragment is,
action notes,
bakhtin notes,
falmouth heights,
jackson heights,
jackson notes,
kaplan notes,
nature cults,
pratzen heights,
rabbit hunts,
ranken towse,
salmon chase,
salmon mousse,
fashion notes,
ghana notes,
allen notes,
barren heights,
haddon heights,
patent is,
talent is,
bourgeois parents,
enough parents,
brahman is,
trammel nets

4 syllables:
attachment is,
attachment loss,
attachment takes,
attachment types,
abandon its,
examined his,
attachment in,
attachment of,
detachment of,
harassment takes,
abandoned his,
abandoned house,
attachment based,
attachment cross,
attachment makes,
attachment sites,
attachment to,
detachment force

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