Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with transept:

2 syllables:
glance swept,
fan belt,
had kept,
had sent,
hath sent,
that kept,
that sent,
and helped,
and kept,
and sent,
blacks helped,
fan jet,
franz seldte,
grant helped,
had set,
had slept,
had stepped,
had swept,
lance rest,
passed sept.,
shall set,
that set,
that swept,
and set,
and stepped,
class helped,
dans cette,
grant stepped,
aq. dest,
aq dest,
at best,
at left,
at rest,
at west,
back rent,
back rest,
back vent,
black belt,
black chest,
black rent,
class spent,
crash test,
fab test,
flak vest,
flat chest,
had best,
had checked,
had felt,
had guessed,
had left,
had lent,
lap belt,
pack tent,
pap test,
patch test,
rack rent,
rat belt,
scratch test,
stab vest,
staff dealt,
that best,
that dealt,
that felt,
that left,
that went,
that west,
what went,
force sept.,
once sent,
frank helped,
and best,
and felt,
and left,
and rest,
and test,
and went,
and west,
bag net,
clap net,
fan belts,
grand theft,
had crept,
had dealt,
had dressed,
had met,
had spent,
had yet,
hand went

3 syllables:
cancel out,
japan spent,
annie stepped,
danny stepped,
hannah stepped,
japan helped,
guaiac test,
before sept.,
advance health,
enhance health,
finance health,
hanna arendt

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