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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with due west:

2 syllables:
new test,
pku test,
you best,
you rest,
you went,
too wet,
ewe necked,
freud dealt,
new left,
you felt,
you kept,
you left,
you sent,
you yet,
blue breast,
blue jet,
flew the nest,
new set,
new text,
smooth chest,
spoon net,
stool test,
tool chest,
tool rest,
you bet,
you met,
you next,
you set,
blue list,
knew just,
thou must,
thou wilt,
too must,
you just,
you missed,
you must,
you wished,
goose stepped,
group dealt,
group helped,
school helped,
soon left,
views helped,
you spent,
thou wast,
tu whit,
blue jets,
coombs test,
crude tests,
few well,
fruit pests,
group tests,
knew well,
knew where,
proof rests,
proof tests,
proof text,
proof vests,
puisque c'est,
queue where,
room next,
school tests,
school text,
scoop net,
stool tests,
too well,
troops swept,
true threat,
truth rests,
truth set,
truth tests,
you guess,
you wear,
you well,
you where,
blue shift,
school looked


3 syllables:
acute chest,
acute tests,
balloon net,
qu'il est,
review tests,
produce sweat,
renewed quest,
reduce theft,
undue waste,
bedroom set,
doing best,
fewer tests,
foul nest,
huhner test,
qu'elle n'est,
qu'elle s'est,
qu'il n'est,
qu'il reste,
qu'il s'est,
reduce breast,
review where,
unit test,
raoul looked



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