Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with fragment:

2 syllables:
drag bunt,
drag hunt,
black currant,
canned hunt,
class must,
plan must,
staff must,
that must,
what must,
bag man,
black crust,
black rust,
flag smut,
at just,
had just,
had rushed,
mass. dept.,
staff rushed,
than just,
that just,
that trust,
act must,
back but,
black butte,
black currants,
black front,
black parent,
cap nut,
crack front,
fact must,
palm nut,
and must,
bag lunch,
cat gut,
class but,
class parent,
drap dete,
glass front,
had but,
had cut,
had let,
had put,
had shut,
land must,
rat assed,
shall get,
shall put,
than let,
that but,
that cut,
that get,
that let,
that put,
black man,
black men,
pac man,
bad man,
bad men,
class men,
dragged on,
drags on,
fat man,
mad man,
ragged on,
ragged stunt,
rags on

3 syllables:
drag a bunt,
action at,
action it,
action ought,
jackson knight,
plasma might,
takes a hint,
captain knight,
hamsun knut,
latter must,
matter must,
nature must,
plasma etched,
plasma sheet,
value must,
blacken out,
blackmun wrote,
blazon out,
brazen out,
caml light,
chapman wrote,
fallen knight,
fallen out,
fatten out,
flatten out,
happen at,
nation at,
nation ought,
ration out,
salmon caught

4 syllables:
reaction at,
abandon it,
really must,
sebastian knight

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