Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with banquet:

2 syllables:
bank rate,
and ate,
and date,
and eight,
gramme weight,
scan rate,
scant eight,
stand eight,
back date,
batch weight,
brass weight,
cap rate,
class mate,
class state,
flat rate,
glass state,
grass state,
last eight,
mass. state,
pack date,
passed eight,
past eight,
rack rate,
sash weight,
takes eight,
that date,
that fate,
that late,
that rate,
that weight,
than eight,
asked eight,
at eight,
clap skate,
class eight,
frank hague,
frank hayes,
gang raped,
had eight,
shang state,
that eight,
bank rates,
banks state,
blank slate,
blank state,
frank yates,
and gate,
gang fight,
long wait,
masse cuite,
nand gate,
sprang right,
and late,
and wait,
and weight,
ann cape,
blast gate,
cant wait,
clamp plate,
fan shaped,
gland weight,
grammes weight,
grams weight,
grant date,
palm shaped,
pan cake,
plant weight,
shan state,
tram plate,
trance state,
ash cake,
at cape,
at rates,
at saint,
at state,
bad state

3 syllables:
attach weight,
attack rate,
combat weight,
pahang state,
chiang might,
advance rate,
assam state,
channel eight,
enhance state,
finance state,
japan based,
japan dates,
japan faced,
moran state,
after eight,
again eight,
allow weight,
allowed eight,
although eight,
attache case,
attached weight,
attack based,
attack rates

4 syllables:
abraham yates

Some other possibilities:

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See banquet used in context: 17 rhymes, 20 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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