Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with latinist:

3 syllables:
data must,
not adjust,
data but,
gotta trust,
often just,
often must,
block comment,
rotten ice,
slotted nut,
totten trust,
from adult,
gotten hooked,
model must,
not assist,
not comment,
problem must,
common duct,
copple dust,
gonna get,
jochen schulte,
not result,
not invest,
thought unjust,
bottom crust,
bottom ice,
common but,
common trust,
data bus,
gotten up,
not conduct,
not consent,
not suggest,
often get,
often put,
plots suggest,
vomit nut,
wada test,
jahren nicht,
konnen nicht,
not affect,
not effect,
shall adjust,
shall attest,
shot effect,
sollen nicht,
taught adult,
that adult,
throughout adult,
wollen nicht,
block comments

4 syllables:
common assault,
gotten about,
latin about,
often assert,
rotten about,
sawarra nut,
canada dept.,
gotten upset,
bizarre result,
bottom about,
canada trust,
fajada butte,
bizarre conduct,
chosen about,
common about,
cottage about,
deposit trust,
dotted about,
knotted about,
naval assault,
often about,
police assault,
spotted about,
stolen about,
trotted about,
boston about,
common assent,
common estate,
cotton about,
latin account,
martin about,
often assessed,
often assist,
often noticed,
often upset,
wholly unjust,
about adult,
depot agent,
depot effect

5 syllables:
alabama dept.,
canada august,
persuasion about,
homogeneous light,
homogeneous right,
homogeneous state,
homogeneous white,
homogenous state,
canada gazette,
ishihara test,
nevada desert

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