Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with hell bent:

2 syllables:
bell tent,
air vent,
fresh scent,
them went,
well kept,
well spent,
delle sette,
elle est,
well met,
well set,
breath test,
death dealt,
glare test,
head rest,
neck crest,
them left,
shell built,
still went,
well built,
will best,
share spent,
air jet,
dead set,
death threat,
dense set,
faire cette,
hair net,
jet set,
net debt,
net net,
self test,
sweat test,
them yet,
wealth helped,
well but,
bell end,
elles peuvent,
wealth spent,
best bet,
chess set,
delle belle,
health threat,
hedge bets,
share rents,
twelve cents,
well dressed,
where rents,
chris spent,
full pelt,
is spent,
air built,
beer tent,
being sent,
big tent,
bull necked,
but sent,
but went,
cam belt,
can best,
did best,
flesh tint,
glenn shunt,
has sent,
him best,
his belt,
his best,
his rent,
his tent,
in kent,
is best,
it best,
it sent,
it went

3 syllables:
hotel guest,
le cell test,
hotel built,
complex set,
convex set,
erect tents,
ever went,
fellow guest,
heady scent,
heavy scent,
letter sent,
never sent,
never went,
qu'elle n'est,
qu'elle s'est,
selig hecht,
their best,
welfare right,
hotel belle,
level best,
shelter belt,
shelter tent,
yellow breast,
alice spent,
office spent,
abat vent

5 syllables:
peritoneal shunt

Some other possibilities:

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