Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with longest:

2 syllables:
all just,
all must,
for just,
form must,
laws must,
more just,
more must,
nor must,
or bust,
or just,
or must,
thought must,
war must,
law must,
strong gusts,
all get,
half assed,
or get,
saw dust,
gall duct,
though crushed,
thought rushed,
ward hunt,
crown rust,
down just,
gone west,
plan must,
than just,
cross cut,
half cut,
long but,
or cut,
strong but,
strong thrust,
strong trust,
all but,
all put,
broad thrust,
court must,
door shut,
for but,
force must,
half butt,
malt dust,
more but,
naught but,
nor let,
or but,
or let,
or put,
or trust,
small but,
thought but,
war but,
draw cut,
law but,
pronged thrust,
though but,
from dust,
from just,
long list,
long whist,
strong chest,
strong guilt,
at just,
black crust,
black rust,
both must,
broad chest,
canned hunt,
cause must,
class must,
crop dust,
doors hissed,
for best,
for test,
for west,
god must,
had just

3 syllables:
along thrust,
launches out,
acorn nut,
all get out,
because trust,
before but,
forget it,
forgot it,
gorgeous sight,
restore trust,
support trust,
water gushed,
water must,
before receipt,
caution must,
about just,
about trust,
enough thrust,
enough trust

4 syllables:
as all get out,
enormous height

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