Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lamest:

2 syllables:
name must,
may just,
came just,
case must,
name just,
place must,
state must,
slave hunt,
time must,
ate dust,
day but,
have just,
made just,
may get,
may put,
may trust,
maybe just,
pay cut,
place just,
place sliced,
said just,
space dust,
state trust,
stay put,
way but,
change must,
grape musts,
name but,
same but,
states must,
frei test,
may best,
may rest,
play list,
snake hissed,
tight assed,
train puffed,
train rushed,
freight ass'n,
slave hunts,
state dep't

3 syllables:
became hushed,
survey dept.,
remain chaste,
always just,
away but,
create trust,
estate trust,
portrait bust,
take a seat,
became hooked,
aces out,
ages at,
cases at,
cases eight,
cases it,
cases ought,
cases out,
faces at,
gases at,
places at,
places it,
places ought,
raises hat,
spaces out,
wages at,
wages ought,
able at,
dated at,
dated date,
faded out,
gave a fit,
gave a shout,
hated it,
have a fit,
have a heart,
ladle out,
meted out,
played a let,
rated at,
shake on it,
shaken out,
stable at,
stable light

4 syllables:
surrogate test,
created at,
created doubt,
created eight,
created it,
created out,
enable it,
occasion it,
occasion ought

5 syllables:
compensation ought,
concentrated at,
concentration at,
conversation at,
conversation ought,
explanation ought,
monophosphate shunt

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