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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with key west:

2 syllables:
be my guest,
die welt,
hi test,
my best,
my chest,
my guest,
shrewdly guessed,
they rest,
they went,
try best,
very best,
qui est,
very wet,
dry rent,
my left,
my tent,
s.d.n.y. sept.,
see sect,
they dealt,
they felt,
they kept,
they left,
they sent,
bead test,
beauty rests,
by next,
each guest,
each test,
free text,
my breast,
my debt,
my next,
my text,
real test,
routine chest,
routine test,
screen test,
see next,
see text,
sign test,
steam chest,
they met,
they pressed,
they set,
three tests,
tri met,
very next,
worry etched,
dream quest,
lee et,
vie et,
by just,
free list,
my list,
my wrist,
see just,
steam hissed,
surely missed,
team must,
they just,
they kissed,
they missed,
they must,
they wished,
why must,
been checked,
been dealt,
been felt,
been helped,
been kept,
been left,
been sent,
by less,
cheap scent,
clean scent,
deal less,
deep felt,
dream helped,
feel less,
green belt,
green checked,
league helped,
my desk

3 syllables:
expressly dealt,
complete tests,
complete text,
concrete tests,
entry tests,
furry chest,
relieve chest,
repeat chest,
repeat tests,
sea chest,
agree ments,
areas dealt,
areas helped,
college helped,
extreme left,
ideas helped

4 syllables:
employee theft

Some other possibilities:

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