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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with farfetched:

2 syllables:
both felt,
far left,
far west,
not felt,
square test,
mos fet,
square set,
bomb chest,
both left,
both went,
calm belt,
cause chest,
dog bent,
fog belt,
from left,
from rest,
from west,
god sent,
homme n'est,
not checked,
not dealt,
not kept,
not left,
not rest,
not sent,
once sent,
pop tent,
shot belt,
slop chest,
stock theft,
top left,
or felt,
arm rest,
bond debt,
box set,
dot net,
france et,
guard checked,
hoc est,
large chest,
mar text,
mares nest,
most wretched,
mot test,
not met,
not set,
not test,
not yet,
once set,
quod est,
sharp chest,
sharp scent,
spot test,
square tests,
square foot,
hard set,
heart wrenched,
shark net,
sharp set,
smart set,
vouloir faire,
all felt,
board dealt,
for best,
for test,
for west,
force sept.,
had felt,
hard edged,
j-bar lift,
j bar lift,
nor west,
or kept,
or left,
or sent,
or test,
or went,
or west,
sharp edged,
smart assed,
square built,
square looked,
star dust,
t-bar lift,
t bar lift,
that felt,
war chest,
your best,
your chest,
your left,
your test


3 syllables:
parcel out,
marchette chute,
savoir faire,
sharply etched,
before sept.


4 syllables:
offenbar nicht


5 syllables:
ishihara test


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