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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with advancement:

2 syllables:
and must,
land must,
canned hunt,
class must,
flag smut,
lance sergeant,
plan must,
act must,
and just,
black front,
black parent,
class parent,
crack front,
fact must,
flax rust,
glass front,
sacks stuffed,
and but,
and cut,
and get,
and let,
and put,
and shut,
black currant,
black sergeant,
branch cut,
dance tunes,
drag bunt,
facts must,
grand front,
grand parent,
hand but,
lance thrust,
land but,
mass. dept.,
pants tucked,
ragged stunt,
range front,
schatz stents,
staff must,
staff sergeant,
tax cut,
than just,
that must,
what must,
mans man,
mans men,
and man,
and men,
class but,
drag hunt,
hand man,
stan the man,
than let,
shall thrust,
shall trust,
squat thrust,
and sent,
and went,
chance looked,
conn. courant,
force must,
glance looked,
glance swept,
had spent,
hand went,
lance looked,
lance rest,
schatz stent,
staff spent,
takes the hint,
vance looked


3 syllables:
finance dept.,
answer must,
advance man,
japan spent,
also must,
enhance trust,
finance trust,
grandma taught,
grandma thought,
grassy stunt,
planar front,
scawen blunt,
advance meant,
hamsun knut,
ransom might,
advanced on,
answer but,
glances at,
jackson knight,
takes a hint,
account must,
aragon front,
advance comes,
advance on,
amstel light


4 syllables:
abandon it,
sebastian knight,
alanson white


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See advancement used in context: 6 rhymes, 8 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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