Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with retest:

2 syllables:
by just,
see just,
team must,
they just,
they must,
why must,
eat dust,
my trust,
street trust,
surely trust,
they trust,
wheat rust,
they rushed,
hi test,
beach hut,
been just,
by but,
die cut,
each must,
knees tucked,
leaf rust,
pie crust,
see but,
these must,
they but,
they cut,
they get,
they let,
they put,
viele leute,
eats dust,
marine trust,
meet us,
pious trust,
please trust,
sheet ice,
steel trust,
treat us,
wheat rusts,
be my guest,
by west,
free list,
my best,
my chest,
my guest,
my list,
my tent,
my wrist,
shrewdly guessed,
steam hissed,
surely missed,
they kissed,
they missed,
they rest,
try best,
very best,
free tongued

3 syllables:
complete trust,
oasdi trust,
ubi sunt,
beaten it,
beaten out,
china sought,
eaten at,
eaten out,
heated at,
seated at,
tete a tete,
treated at,
treated it,
villa seurat,
college trust,
greta asked,
receive trust,
supreme trust,
theta state,
treatise might,
college dept.,
crisis at,
eases out,
freedom at,
freedom might,
freedom ought,
needed at,
needed eight,
needed it,
pieces at

4 syllables:
area must,
completed at,
completed eight,
completed it,
defeated at,
employee must,
repeated at,
repeated eight,
repeated it,
employee trust,
mitsui trust,
exceeded eight

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