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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with patch test:

2 syllables:
batch tests,
scratch tests,
aq. dest,
aq dest,
at best,
at rest,
at west,
back rest,
black chest,
flak vest,
flat chest,
had best,
had guessed,
pack tent,
stab vest,
that best,
that west,
crash tests,
alt text,
class tests,
pap tests,
passed tests,
plant tests,
staff dealt,
that dealt,
that text,
at left,
back rent,
back vent,
black belt,
black rent,
class spent,
fan belt,
had checked,
had felt,
had kept,
had left,
had lent,
had sent,
hath sent,
lap belt,
rack rent,
rat belt,
that felt,
that kept,
that left,
that sent,
that went,
what went,
and best,
and rest,
and west,
had dealt,
tanned chest,
that debt,
at the best,
bag net,
black breast,
black tents,
clap net,
fan jet,
grant helped,
grass stretched,
had dressed,
had met,
had pressed,
had set,
had stepped,
had yet,
lance rest,
passed sept.,
rats nest,
sat next,
schatz stent,
shall set,
shall tempt,
that blessed,
that met,
that next,
that set,
that yet,
valve chest,
what next,
wrats nest,
rat assed,
snatched it,
bad debt,
range tests,
blank tests,
cast net,
draft texts


3 syllables:
exact tests,
combat pests,
galley west,
kanye west,
shallow chest,
advanced tests,
allow tests,
attract pests


4 syllables:
really messed



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