Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with black belt:

2 syllables:
aq. dest,
aq dest,
at best,
back rent,
back rest,
back vent,
flak vest,
had best,
had felt,
pack tent,
rack rent,
staff dealt,
that best,
that dealt,
that felt,
shack built,
track built,
blacks helped,
fan belts,
had dealt,
class spent,
at left,
at rest,
at west,
crash test,
fab test,
flat chest,
had checked,
had guessed,
had kept,
had left,
had lent,
had sent,
hath sent,
pap test,
patch test,
scratch test,
stab vest,
that kept,
that left,
that sent,
that went,
that west,
what went,
class built,
had built,
that built,
bag net,
tack weld,
and best,
and felt,
and helped,
at the best,
back bench,
brass bells,
clap net,
fan jet,
frank helped,
franz seldte,
glass bells,
glass melts,
grant helped,
had crept,
had dressed,
had met,
had set,
had yet,
lacked health,
rack rents,
shall set,
that blessed,
that debt,
that met,
that set,
that test,
that yet,
back but,
shacks built,
tracks built,
bad debt,
banks helped,
class helped

3 syllables:
guaiac test,
japan built,
attack cells,
cancel out,
contact health,
exact tests,
jack a lent,
latter dealt,
matter dealt,
campbell looked,
campbell might,
campbell thought,
campbell white,
campbell wrote

4 syllables:
abraham built,
abraham dwelt,
really dealt,
really felt

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