Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with clearest:

2 syllables:
ear cyst,
ere it,
fear it,
hear it,
here it,
his wrist,
near it,
stiff wrist,
there it,
thick wrist,
were hit,
were it,
year it,
will lift,
be with it,
being hit,
being kissed,
being missed,
being ripped,
bridge whist,
bring it,
did it,
dig it,
fill it,
fit it,
gear shift,
hid it,
him it,
his fist,
his list,
hit it,
hit list,
if it,
in. it,
in it,
is it,
it hit,
it it,
kick it,
kill it,
king hit,
lit it,
miss it,
pick it,
pig it,
roughing it,
shit list,
sick list,
sing it,
skip it,
stick it,
still it,
still missed,
switch hit,
there built,
there picked,
there shipped,
thing it,
this it,
this list,
till it,
touching it,
were built,
were picked,
were shipped,
which it,
will hit,
will it,
win it,
wing it,
wish it,
wish list,
with it,
zip it,
beer is,
bring christ,
bring grist,
ear is,
ear pit,
fear is,
feared it

3 syllables:
admit it,
career shift,
forbid it,
hearing at,
hearing it,
hearing out,
peering at,
peering out,
submit it,
this is it,
transmit it,
until it,
appear fixed,
appear mixed,
asking christ,
career is,
cheering sight,
fulfill christ

4 syllables:
appearing at

Some other possibilities:

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