Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with brain trust:

2 syllables:
main thrust,
saint just,
blade thrust,
change must,
plain front,
plane front,
stage thrust,
straight thrust,
ate dust,
baked crust,
saint front,
state must,
train rushed,
brains trusts,
flame front,
frame front,
plane truss,
blade front,
blade sliced,
brave front,
male parent,
phase front,
place front,
plain blunt,
sprained wrist,
stage front,
states must,
straight front,
trade front,
wave front,
waves rushed,
came just,
made just,
name just,
said just,
space dust,
based front,
based parent,
case must,
change but,
change front,
faced front,
have just,
main trunk,
mates receipt,
maybe just,
place just,
place must,
place sliced,
placed front,
saint cults,
sales receipt,
shaped front,
state dep't,
state dept.,
train parents,
train puffed,
white rust,
name must,
grain truck,
grain twice,
may just,
place stress,
space truss,
state but,
train twice

3 syllables:
domain trusts,
remained chaste,
remains chaste,
portrait bust,
remain chaste,
became front,
create trusts,
estate trusts,
brigade front,
concave front,
female parent,
explain christ,
remained but,
always just,
flaky crust,
remains but,
became flushed,
contain twice,
maintain height,
maintain it,
painted it,
painted out,
patient must,
plaintiff must,
plaintiff ought,
portrait busts,
became christ

4 syllables:
japanese thrust,
japanese front,
japanese parent,
surrogate parent,
container parent,
remaining chaste

5 syllables:
monophosphate shunt

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