Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with exsect:

2 syllables:
sex test,
spect spect,
next set,
breath smelt,
claire stepped,
death swept,
pressure checked,
sept. sept.,
share spent,
well spent,
books checked,
c'est cette,
fresh scent,
fresh sweat,
neck crest,
necks stretched,
next best,
test set,
tex mex,
dead set,
delle sette,
dense set,
faire cette,
jet set,
well set,
bared chest,
bench test,
bend test,
best left,
death crept,
flesh crept,
flesh pressed,
french west,
pressure test,
self test,
theft theft,
where dwelt,
books dealt,
dress looked,
jesse looked,
nicht recht,
pix chest,
pyx chest,
recht nicht,
ships wrecked,
spence looked,
chess set,
febs lett,
rec. sec,
rec sec

3 syllables:
effect sept.,
reflex test,
erect setae,
perfect set,
complex set,
convex set,
accessed sept.,
address dealt,
erect chest,
percent checked,
perfect guest,
project dealt,
queckenstedts test,
subject dealt,
complex tests,
objects dealt,
projects dealt,
projects helped,
reflex tests,
subject spent,
subjects dealt,
subjects spent,
complex texts,
prevent theft,
recent guest,
complex built,
object looked,
project looked,
subject looked,
letters sent

4 syllables:
erector set

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