Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with egressed:

2 syllables:
death threat,
air jet,
dead set,
delle sette,
dense set,
faire cette,
hair net,
jet set,
net debt,
net net,
them yet,
well met,
well set,
neck crest,
chess set,
death threats,
head rest,
health threat,
press stressed,
well dressed,
stood dressed,
pressure head,
air vent,
bell tent,
best bet,
breath test,
c'est cette,
dead sets,
death dealt,
egg cell,
egg shell,
etc. etc.,
febs lett,
fresh debts,
fresh scent,
fresh sweat,
glare test,
head bent,
hedge bets,
hell bent,
sedge wren,
test set,
them left,
them went,
well kept,
air it,
bear it,
head grit,
share it,
swear it,
wear it,
where it,
air head,
death crept,
egg head,
flesh crept,
air air,
best dressed,
death rests,
elle est,
fair hair,
flesh pressed,
french threat,
gregg press,
health threats,
pressure checked,
pressure helped,
pressure test

3 syllables:
complex set,
convex set,
lego set,
erect setae,
perfect set,
any debt,
any set,
better yet,
ever met,
ever set,
ever yet,
heavy set,
hotel guest,
le cell test,
never met,
never set,
never yet,
preferred debt,
their debt,
their net,
repair it,
direct threat,
any threat,
better dressed,
defense threat,
fellow dressed,
lesser threat,
never dressed,
petri net,
pretty wretched

4 syllables:
commissaire maigret,
primary threat

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