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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with chicken breast:

3 syllables:
michael pressed,
given best,
michael brett,
simon brett,
chickens pecked,
nissan quest,
ripple crest,
vision quest,
being oppressed,
is suppressed,
minim rest,
bidden guest,
click object,
hidden threat,
little rest,
philip brett,
pigeon chest,
still obsessed,
vision test,
click connect,
click context,
quick connect,
vision rests,
button pressed,
michael spent,
michael stepped,
philip trent,
simon stepped,
spirit quest,
widals test,
woman pressed,
hidden christ,
mission thrust,
mission trust,
risen christ,
woman blessed,
written trust,
pistol pressed,
stricken friend

4 syllables:
decisions rests,
simeon blessed,
unbidden guest,
condition rests,
decision rests,
growing unrest,
inner unrest,
michael barrett,
religion rests,
suspicion rests,
tradition rests,
commission spent,
decisions dealt,
division spent,
provisions dealt,
religious quest,
sufficient trust,
chronic unrest,
civic unrest,
conviction rests,
officials pressed

5 syllables:
definition rests,
offentlichen rechts,
proposition rests,
expedition spent

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