Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with compressed:

2 syllables:
from rest,
cause breast,
arm rest,
sharp chest,
be hard pressed,
bomb chest,
from west,
hard pressed,
homme n'est,
not rest,
sharp crest,
monde n'est,
tzanck test,
large chest,
locked chest,
mares nest,
most wretched,
sharp scent,
crowd pressed,
from christ,
from parent,
had pressed,
mouth pressed,
calm belt,
stopped breast,
cause chest,
charge rests,
far west,
from left,
from pressure,
heart rests,
pop tent,
sharp set,
square test,
top left,
wasps nest,
though pressed,
thumb pressed,
arm gret,
block rests,
brown breast,
cause press,
france spent,
hoc est,
hot press,
mot test,
naacp press,
not press,
not test,
once went,
quod est,
sharp crests,
spot test,
square press,
wash. press,
and rest,
black breast,
broad breast,
for breast,
frog cleft,
guard checked,
lance rest,
not slept,
not spent,
scott spent,
scott stepped,
your breast,
block print,
bombs missed,
cause christ,
for the rest,
from front,
hams test,
noche triste,
not print,
somme front,
stock trust

3 syllables:
father pressed,
madame maigret,
schwabachs test,
common chest,
dotted rest,
rocky crest,
often pressed,
among breast,
bodies pressed,
bomber threat,
closely pressed,
doctor pressed,
harder pressed,
hotly pressed,
party pressed,
about breast,
because breast,
compound rest,
embrace christ,
avant cette,
bourgeois press

5 syllables:
alabama press

Some other possibilities:

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