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

2 syllables:
routine chest,
routine tests,
been dealt,
steam chest,
been checked,
been felt,
been kept,
been left,
been sent,
clean scent,
each guest,
green belt,
green checked,
my breast,
they pressed,
they stepped,
be my guest,
been blessed,
been met,
been pressed,
been set,
brief tests,
by west,
clean breast,
cousine bette,
creep tests,
east west,
greek text,
green breast,
green tents,
key west,
leach tests,
my best,
my chest,
my guest,
my tent,
routine breast,
shrewdly guessed,
speech tests,
speed tests,
these tests,
they rest,
try best,
very best,
theme dealt,
by next,
free text,
means tests,
my next,
my text,
qui est,
see next,
see text,
speech dealt,
three tests,
very next,
cheap scent,
deep felt,
roughly sketched,
seat belt,
sweet scent,
teeth checked,
these wretched,
they slept,
they spent,
been just,
been missed,
green schist,
dream quest,
scheme rests,
seam set,
seems best,
sleep debt,
steam chests,
they dealt,
beach crest


3 syllables:
machine tests,
relieve chest,
repeat chest,
supreme tests,
college tests,
decreased chest,
fatigue tests,
obscene jests,
quarantine pests,
release tests,
ancient quest,
ancient texts,
areas dealt,
complete tests,
complete text,
concrete tests,
entry tests,
extreme left,
repeat tests,
expressly dealt,
aleph bet,
appeal rests


4 syllables:
endocrine tests,
already guessed


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