Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with basement:

7 letters:
age but,
ape man,
ape men

8 letters:
case but,
face but,
ate dust,
days but,
have but,
have cut,
have let,
have put,
made but,
make but,
may just,
name but,
said but,
same but,
based on,
aces out,
away but

9 letters:
case must,
name must,
place but,
space but,
came just,
have just,
made just,
may trust,
name just,
said just,
stays put,
state but,
based on/,
brave man,
brave men

10 letters:
place must,
place just,
space dust,
state must,
slave hunt,
maybe just,
stayed put,
wave front,
always get,
always put

11 letters:
place front,
states must,
state dep't,
state dept.,
state trust,
place smelt,
phase front,
based trust,
blade front,
brave front,
change must,
flame front,
frame front,
grape musts,
male parent,
place trust,
plain blunt,
plain front,
plane front,
stage front,
trade front,
place meant,
space meant,
based front,
always just,
maintain it

12 letters:
place sliced,
train puffed,
train rushed,
blade sliced,
face flushed,
placed trust,
states dep't,
states dept.,
based parent,
create trust,
estate trust,
became front,
drawer front,
survey dept.

13 letters:
became hushed,
portrait bust,
remain chaste,
brigade front,
concave front,
female parent,
today parents

14 letters:
straight front,
japanese front

15 letters:
statesman ought,
maintain height,
japanese parent

16 letters:
remained hunched,
surrogate parent

19 letters:
monophosphate shunt

Some other possibilities:

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