Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with segments:

2 syllables:
fresh scents,
where monks,
flesh lusts,
sweat ducts,
breath mints,
egg cups,
stressed parents,
where parents,
air pumps,
flesh tints,
health hints,
plugged ducts,
bread crusts,
check pulse,
french monks,
tendai monks,
twelve monks

3 syllables:
segment is,
began its,
segment takes,
segment types,
section notes,
assess parents,
compel parents,
heady scents,
heavy scents,
nelson notes,
strengthen its,
upset parents,
pigment is,
gegen diese,
pregnant mouse,
pregnant twice,
segment whose,
tenant house,
tenant is,
began this,
behrman house,
lemon mousse,
lemon sauce,
lesson notes,
naira notes,
pleasant house,
segment in,
segment of,
session notes,
seven knights,
seven knots,
seven nights,
seven notes,
treasure hunts,
erect tents,
began his,
began talks,
fellow monks,
hegel notes,
mentioned his,
mentioned house,
mentioned is,
professed monks,
sections is,
segment based,
segment first,
segment makes,
segment since,
segment space,
segment to,
seldom meets,
strengthened his

4 syllables:
assessment is,
refreshment house,
election nights,
cigarette butts,
defendant is,
areca nuts,
amendment is,
assessment takes,
assessment types,
element is,
measurement is,
sediment is,
tenement house,
expected dates,
projected dates,
selected dates

5 syllables:
experiment is

Some other possibilities:

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