Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bereavement:

2 syllables:
each must,
my front,
these must,
three front,
team must,
they must,
why must,
been just,
eat dust,
knees tucked,
leaf rust,
my trust,
pie crust,
seemed hushed,
stream gushed,
stream rushed,
street trust,
surely trust,
they trust,
wheat rust,
beech nut,
cream nut,
wheel nut,
beach front,
beast hunts,
been but,
been cut,
been let,
been put,
been shut,
breeze front,
brief but,
by just,
by parents,
cheese vat,
clean cut,
diese leute,
each parent,
field hut,
field must,
greek front,
green front,
means must,
my parents,
need but,
needs must,
peace front,
pious parent,
please let,
rhine front,
see just,
seen but,
sleeves tucked,
steel front,
steep front,
street front,
sweet scents,
they just,
they rushed,
three fronts,
wheel front,
leave mount,
beach hut,
beef man,
been man,
been men,
by but

3 syllables:
ubi sunt,
even at,
even out,
freeman ought,
college dept.,
complete trust,
oasdi trust,
relief rushed,
areas but,
chinese front,
extreme front,
ideas but,
keeps on at,
leader must,
machine cut,
reader must,
receive trust,
sea front,
sleeps on it,
teacher must,
theory must,
achieve ments,
schema might,
achieved an,
achieved on,
beaten it,
beaten out,
believe parents,
bereaved parent,
college man

4 syllables:
employees must,
procedure must,
area must

Some other possibilities:

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