Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bell tent:

2 syllables:
hell bent,
air vent,
breath test,
fresh scent,
glare test,
head bent,
them went,
well kept,
delle sette,
elle est,
self test,
sweat test,
well met,
well set,
well spent,
death dealt,
head rest,
neck crest,
them left,
flesh tint,
still went,
will test,
best end,
left end,
net debt,
the west end,
west end,
air jet,
bench test,
bend test,
best left,
breath tests,
check tests,
claire stepped,
dead set,
death threat,
dense set,
faire cette,
hair net,
jet set,
net net,
pressure test,
scheffe tests,
sept. sept.,
sex test,
share spent,
theft theft,
them yet,
wealth helped,
where tests,
felt it,
well dressed,
wet end,
belle terre,
best bet,
c'est cette,
cents cents

3 syllables:
le cell test,
hotel guest,
erect tents,
accessed sept.,
any test,
beta test,
complex set,
content tests,
convex set,
direct tests,
effect helped,
effect sept.,
effect tests,
erect chest,
ever went,
express tense,
fellow guest,
heady scent,
heavy scent,
letter sent,
never sent,
never went,
percent checked,
percent tests,
perfect guest,
perfect tense,
prevent theft,
progress tests,
project dealt,
project helped,
qu'elle n'est,
qu'elle s'est,
queckenstedts test,
recent guest,
recent tests,
reflex test,
select tests,
selig hecht,
subject dealt,
subject tests,
welfare right

4 syllables:
cigarette end

5 syllables:
peritoneal shunt

Some other possibilities:

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