Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with well kept:

2 syllables:
bell tent,
hell bent,
death crept,
delle sette,
elle est,
flesh crept,
wealth helped,
air vent,
breath test,
death dealt,
fresh scent,
glare test,
head bent,
head rest,
neck crest,
them left,
them went,
air jet,
claire stepped,
dead set,
death swept,
death threat,
dense set,
faire cette,
friend helped,
hair net,
jet set,
net debt,
net net,
pressure helped,
self test,
sense helped,
sept. sept.,
sweat test,
them yet,
chill crept,
ill kempt,
chess set,
death helped,
etc. etc.,
health repts,
health threat,
press helped,
strength helped,
bread cooked,
bull necked,
chair tipped,
chris stepped,
comme c'est,
fresh cooked,
fresh whipped,
full pelt,
hell dust,
in kent,
press dept.,
shell built,
since sept.,
stelle nicht,
still felt,
still went,
will best,
will rest,
will test

3 syllables:
hotel guest,
le cell test,
until sept.,
fellow guest,
selig hecht,
accessed sept.,
complex set,
convex set,
effect helped,
effect sept.,
project helped,
qu'elle n'est,
qu'elle s'est,
welfare right,
error crept,
fellow stepped,
kelly stepped,
success helped,
terror crept,
yellow crest,
added sept.,
alice stepped,
ended sept.,
hotel built,
until checked,
eddie guest,
never guessed,
perfect guest,
recent guest

5 syllables:
peritoneal shunt

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