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

2 syllables:
chin rest,
in jest,
in west,
tin pest,
in text,
him best,
string vest,
beer tent,
big tent,
chris stepped,
did best,
fear lest,
his best,
his chest,
his guest,
his rest,
his tent,
in kent,
in left,
in pelt,
is best,
it best,
parish chest,
since sept.,
thick chest,
were best,
which best,
which rest,
will best,
will rest,
with best,
with west,
be in debt,
firing tests,
id est,
in debt,
cousin bette,
his text,
il est,
in breast,
in quest,
in wet,
in yet,
iq tests,
prick tests,
prince stepped,
quick tests,
rich text,
schick tests,
shear tests,
shin bet,
skill tests,
smear tests,
strict tests,
strip tests,
thin set,
this text,
twin jet,
twin set,
which tests,
with text,
being dealt,
being checked,
being felt,
being kept,
being left,
being sent,
being wrecked,
in net,
is dealt,
it dealt,
king sent,
mint set,
print texts,
ring necked,
since tests,
there dealt,
thing left,
were dealt,
which dealt,
chris spent,
his belt,
his left,
his rent,
id theft,
if kept,
if left,
is bent,
is checked,
is felt

3 syllables:
aching chest,
benign breast,
dinner guest,
skinny chest,
until tests,
virgin breast,
binet tests,
intense heat,
minute tests,
commit theft

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