Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with philatelist:

2 syllables:
bare assed,
them must,
hell dust,
elle est,
care must,
death must,
them just,
cette lutte,
flesh lusts,
fresh sliced,
tell us,
well but,
well get,
well put,
belle looked,
breath hissed,
him must,
still hunt,
sweat test,
well loved,
air duct,
breath puffed,
breath rushed,
breath sucked,
glenn shunt,
press ass'n,
press dept.

3 syllables:
beta site,
della notte,
nella notte,
smell a rat,
stella thought,
bella asked,
compel us,
jealous heart,
jealous thought,
selon cette,
selous scout,
stella asked,
tea set,
tunel assay,
acid dust,
hotel looked,
michelle looked,
sketches out,
stresses at,
stretches out,
arena might,
began at,
began eight,
began it,
beta sheet,
credit at,
credit ought,
edit out,
edith thought,
era that,
gemma thought,
headed out,
jenna thought,
lesson eight,
level at,
level height,
level it,
level light,
level out,
mega byte,
meredith thought,
messiah might,
meta bit,
metal light,
netted out,
para nut,
pecan nut,
pedal height,
reckon it,
serum might,
session at,
session eight,
settle at,
settle it

4 syllables:
develop at,
develop it,
pamela thought,
carella asked,
pamela asked,
gabrielle looked,
expresses it,
possesses eight,
areca nut,
dilemma might,
dilemma that,
expression at,
expression ought,
helena thought,
helena wright,
mckenna thought,
profession ought,
regretted it

5 syllables:
peritoneal shunt

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