Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with derwent:

2 syllables:
der welt,
per cent,
her wet,
work went,
her best,
her chest,
her guest,
her left,
her nest,
her yet,
cure dent,
per cents,
first went,
nerve end,
bird nest,
church dealt,
church helped,
clerk checked,
earth helped,
first test,
her breast,
her next,
her sense,
her wealth,
learn hence,
nurse checked,
nurse helped,
nurse stepped,
perch pest,
third guest,
turn left,
words etched,
work best,
worse sense,
worth estes,
her want,
now went,
they went,
who went,
you went,
her end,
worse yet,
church spent,
earth whence,
her well,
her where,
learn whence,
nerve net,
purse net,
term debt,
third cents,
third quest,
third set,
firm must,
flour cooked,
her fist,
her guilt,
her just

3 syllables:
entre cette,
flower scent,
our tent,
ever went,
father went,
later went,
mother went,
never went,
clearly etched,
diverse sects,
dower chest,
drawer chest,
furry chest,
lower chest,
lower left,
our best,
our guest,
our left,
perverse sense,
research dealt,
research helped,
reverse sense,
werner hecht,
bitter scent,
earthy scent,
fire set,
further west,
letter sent,
lower rents,
lower set,
never sent,
offer where,
our tents,
power set,
power spent,
return whence,
sewer rents

4 syllables:
conveyer belt,
entire chest,
admiral hewett,
entire set,
flowery scent

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