Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with distress:

2 syllables:
this stress,
bridge truss,
is twice,
missed twice,
paris twice,
bring stress,
his trust,
shear stress,
sheer stress,
since stress,
this trust,
which stress,
with stress,
being twice,
click twice,
clicked twice,
cousin twice,
him twice,
miss the bus,
there twice,
thing twice,
trick twice,
were twice,
stress stress,
built trust,
drift ice,
fink truss,
his truck,
in trust,
is struck,
is thus,
it thus,
it twice,
kicked ass,
missed the bus,
rinse twice,
rinsed twice,
shift assay,
smith trust,
still trust,
swift trust,
whipped ass,
will trust,
wrist cuffs,
fixed trust,
hear us,
his ass,
kiss ass,
near us,
turing plus,
gris gris,
his press,
must thus,
paris paris,
paris press,
press twice,
pressed twice,
swiss press,
bids us,
christ was,
ist das,
list was,
lives twice,
reared rhesus,
rings twice,
things twice,
this drug,
years twice,
being thrust

3 syllables:
adding stress,
assist us,
adding twice,
appear twice,
rebuilt twice,
excess stress,
extra stress,
blister rust,
drawing stress,
growing stress,
inner stress,
laying stress,
pillar stress,
predict stress,
resist stress,
showing stress,
tissue stress,
vitro assay,
assessed twice,
exists is,
office twice,
resist this,
appears twice,
exists as,
visit twice,
appeared twice,
assist young

4 syllables:
louisville trust,
consider stress,
explicit trust,
ongoing stress

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See distress used in context: 100 poetry verses, 13 Shakespeare works, 26 Bible passages, 93 definitions

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