Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with exect:

2 syllables:
fresh scent,
neck crest,
air vent,
bell tent,
breath test,
death dealt,
glare test,
head bent,
head rest,
hell bent,
them left,
them went,
well kept,
dead set,
delle sette,
dense set,
faire cette,
jet set,
well set,
air jet,
death threat,
elle est,
hair net,
net debt,
net net,
pressure checked,
sweat test,
them yet,
well met,
chess set,
febs lett,
breath sucked,
air duct,
being checked,
being wrecked,
big tent,
blair looked,
bread cooked,
brett looked,
bull necked,
chair looked,
claire looked,
clare looked,
death looked,
drug test,
flesh looked,
fresh cooked,
fresh picked,
glenn looked,
is checked,
press looked,
press picked,
ring necked,
sex test,
steht nicht,
stelle nicht,
stiff necked,
sweat duct,
them looked,
was checked,
was wrecked,
well cooked,
were checked,
breath smelt,
check tests,
claire stepped,
death crept,
death swept,
egg cells,
et seqq,
fair sex,
flesh crept

3 syllables:
hotel guest,
le cell test,
complex set,
convex set,
never checked,
percent checked,
qu'elle s'est,
selig hecht,
lego set,
ahead looked,
effect sept.,
janet looked,
reflex test,
unless checked,
until checked,
accessed sept.,
address dealt,
direct tests,
effect helped,
effect tests,
erect chest,
erect tents,
heady scent,
heavy scent,
letter sent,
never sent,
perfect guest,
project dealt

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