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

2 syllables:
crows nest,
does best,
goes west,
hope chest,
knows best,
one best,
stone chest,
stone guest,
who dwelt,
whole chest,
whole rest,
whose guest,
beau geste,
closed chest,
cloze tests,
could best,
could rest,
could wrest,
do best,
go west,
growth tests,
how best,
known tests,
no rest,
old west,
one text,
probe tests,
should rest,
smoke tests,
those tests,
to best,
to rest,
to west,
two best,
who dealt,
would best,
would rest,
blows dealt,
those dealt,
two tests,
one cent,
one felt,
one left,
one went,
those left,
those wretched,
to the left,
who slept,
who spent,
whole wretched,
close pressed,
close set,
clothes chest,
flown the nest,
growth rests,
hope chests,
jones et,
low necked,
low rent,
moshe sharett,
no sweat,
no threat,
now felt,
now left,
now sent,
now went,
one set,
phone pressed,
role set,
sowed tares,
stone rests,
those blessed,
those set,
to dress,
to left,
to melt,
to rent,
who felt,
who kept,
who left,
who sent,
who went,
whole blessed

3 syllables:
unknown guest,
above tests,
approach tests,
exposed chest,
toward chest,
proposed tests,
promote breast,
remote sensed,
alone rests,
approach rests,
body belt,
going west,
lower breast,
snowy breast,
snowy crest,
to step out,
voltaire wrote

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