Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with movements:

2 syllables:
group parents,
school parents,
crew cuts,
drew stumps,
goose bumps,
fruit pulps,
move us,
screw pumps

3 syllables:
movement is,
movement piece,
movement takes,
movement types,
newman notes,
remove lumps,
fewer parents,
fluid shunts,
remove crusts,
supra notes,
movement as,
movement has,
movement whose,
balloon pumps,
human choice,
human face,
human herpes,
human hopes,
human race,
human voice,
humans is,
movement are,
movement at,
movement had,
movement in,
movement of,
movement on,
movement or,
movement ought,
movement taught,
refuse dumps,
student house,
student is,
sudan notes,
volute pumps,
approve funds,
produce rents,
reduce rents,
human bites,
human hearts,
human hosts,
human is,
human rights,
human taste,
human thoughts,
human types,
humid nights,
movement based,
movement burst,
movement ceased,
movement class,
movement dates,
movement faced,
movement first,
movement helps,
movement keeps,
movement lacks,
movement looks,
movement makes,
movement must,
movement passed,
movement paths,
movement press,
movement rates,
movement rights,
movement seeks,
movement sense,
movement since,
movement space,
movement tasks,
movement tests,
movement to,
movement works,
newman house,
newman writes,
rutland house

4 syllables:
amusement tax,
conclusion notes,
recruitment takes

Some other possibilities:

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