Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with movement:

2 syllables:
group must,
school must,
soul must,
truth must,
use must,
loose smut,
thou must,
too must,
you must,
you trust,
boot cut,
food but,
group but,
group parents,
groups must,
knew just,
loose front,
room but,
rules must,
school but,
school parent,
schools must,
smooth front,
soon get,
soon put,
truth but,
use but,
used must,
you just,
crew cut,
few but,
knew but,
moved on,
moves on,
new but,
proved an,
true but,
view but,
you but,
you cut,
you get,
you let,
you put,
blue print,
prove guilt,
you spent,
few men,
move an,
move on,
new man,
new men,
prove an,
room on,
school fund,
true man,
you men

3 syllables:
remove front,
human height,
fluid shunt,
supra note,
union at,
union ought,
user must,
approved on,
removed on,
remove shift,
assume an,
human foot,
human heart,
human light,
human might,
human right,
human sight,
human thought,
human white,
humans ought,
humid night,
movements sought,
neumann wrote,
newman might,
newman notes,
newman thought,
newman wrote,
presume on,
remove an,
schumann wrote,
truman might,
truman sought,
truman thought,
truman white,
truman wrote

4 syllables:
absolute trust,
resolute front,
conclusion it,
conclusion ought,
solution at,
solution ought,
threw money at

5 syllables:
resolution at,
resolution ought

Some other possibilities:

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