Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pectus:

2 syllables:
left us,
sent us,
check twice,
checked twice,
met us,
set us,
send us,
belle chasse,
help us,
leads us,
lets us,
pressure ice,
shelf ice,
tells us,
them thus,
checked his,
kicked ass,
lead us,
bare ass,
bless us,
bread twice,
check pulse,
checked on,
death twice,
glare ice,
helped us,
press twice,
pressed twice,
spent twice,
tell us,
wrecked on,
check ups,
necked ducks

3 syllables:
direct assay,
prevent us,
object twice,
rosette assay,
subject twice,
compels us,
express bus,
affect his,
collect his,
defect is,
direct his,
effect his,
effect is,
object is,
project is,
protect his,
reflect his,
respect his,
respect is,
subject is,
effect as,
effect has,
object as,
object has,
perfect as,
project as,
project has,
respect as,
subject as,
subject has,
affect on,
assessed twice,
compel us,
connect up,
delta house,
digest ass'n,
effect an,
effect on,
except twice,
excess stress,
expect an,
kept a house,
object on,
prevents us,
project on,
reflect an,
reflect on,
select an,
subject on,
tunel assay,
collect dust,
complex stress,
direct trust,
effect must,
object must,
perfect trust

4 syllables:
receptor assay,
affected his,
collected his,
directed his,
elected house,
electra house,
expected his

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