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

2 syllables:
thick chest,
iq tests,
prick tests,
quick tests,
strict tests,
big tent,
beer tent,
chin rest,
chris stepped,
did best,
fear lest,
him best,
his best,
his chest,
his guest,
his rest,
his tent,
in jest,
in west,
is best,
it best,
parish chest,
string vest,
tin pest,
were best,
which best,
which rest,
will best,
will rest,
with best,
with west,
id est,
click next,
firing tests,
his quest,
his text,
il est,
in quest,
in text,
nicht kennt,
nicht recht,
pix chest,
pyx chest,
rich text,
ridge crest,
shear tests,
skill tests,
smear tests,
stick nests,
strip tests,
think best,
this quest,
this text,
which tests,
with text,
being dealt,
is dealt,
it dealt,
there dealt,
were dealt,
which dealt,
being checked,
being felt,
being kept,
being left,
being sent,
being wrecked,
brick dust,
chris spent,
his belt,
his left,
his rent,
id theft,
if kept,
if left,
in kent,
in left,
in pelt,
is bent,
is checked,
is felt,
is kept,
is left,
is spent,
it felt,
it kept,
it left,
it sent,
it went,
king sent,
quit rent,
ring necked,
since sept.,
stiff necked,
still felt,
still kept


3 syllables:
aching chest,
conflict helped,
until tests,
commit theft


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