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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tool chest:

2 syllables:
stool test,
blue breast,
flew the nest,
due west,
new left,
new test,
pku test,
school tests,
school text,
sou west,
stool tests,
you best,
you left,
you rest,
goose stepped,
group dealt,
soon left,
you spent,
school dist,
school must,
soul must,
coombs test,
crude tests,
ewe necked,
freud dealt,
fruit pests,
group tests,
proof rests,
proof tests,
proof text,
proof vests,
puisque c'est,
room next,
rules helped,
school spent,
schools helped,
scoop net,
tools helped,
true threat,
truth rests,
truth set,
truth tests,
you felt,
you kept,
you sent,
you went,
blue list,
blue jet,
jules huret,
keuls tests,
new set,
new text,
school dressed,
school helped,
school texts,
schools rests,
spoon net,
too wet,
you bet,
you met,
you next,
you set,
you yet,
group must,
loose wrist,
mules hitched,
school built,
truth must,
use must,
you trust,
group chaired


3 syllables:
foul nest,
qu'elle n'est,
qu'elle s'est,
qu'il n'est,
qu'il reste,
qu'il s'est,
qu'il est,
reduce theft,
bedroom set,
doing best,
huhner test,
jewel theft,
produce sweat,
reduce breast,
renewed quest,
sou sou west,
truly wretched,
unit test,
acute tests,
balloon net,
fouled nest,
newly pressed,
review tests,
truly blessed,
truly blest


4 syllables:
foul own nest,
limulus test,
unduly pressed,
absolute trust



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