Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with washstand:

2 syllables:
wash stand,
france stand,
not stand,
rocks stand,
scarce stand,
square stand,
caste and,
cost and,
host and,
lost and,
most and,
washed and,
marked and,
prompt and,
watched and,
art and,
block stands,
blocks and,
box and,
bronze stand,
cart and,
cause stands,
chart and,
clock stands,
clocks and,
cops and,
cox and,
crops and,
docks and,
dots and,
dropped and,
drops and,
flocks and,
fox and,
france and,
france stands,
hart and,
heart and,
heart stand,
knots and,
knox and,
locked and,
locks and,
lots and,
mosque and,
once and,
part and,
parts stand,
plots and,
pots and,
rocks and,
scarce and,
scots and,
shalt stand,
shocked and,
shocks and,
shops and,
shots and,
smart and,
socks and,
sparse and,
sparse stands,
spots and,
square stands,
stars stand,
start and,
stock stands,
stocked stand,
stocks and,
stopped and,
stops and,
tar sand,
tops and,
want and,
carved and,
castes and,
charged and,
costs and

3 syllables:
passage stands,
adopt and,
apart and,
coffee stand,
father stand,
gonna stand,
gotta stand,
modest and,
onset and,
police stand,
processed and,
proper stand,
response and,
robust and,
vermont and,
alarmed and,
alsace and,
embrace and,
enlarged and,
evolved and,
foster and

4 syllables:
another stand

Some other possibilities:

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