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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with boldest:

2 syllables:
gold dust,
bone dust,
could just,
should just,
to dust,
would just,
one just,
one must,
those just,
to trust,
whole trust,
do just,
go bust,
no just,
now just,
now must,
so just,
so must,
to just,
two must,
who just,
who must,
whole thrust,
cold cut,
cold shut,
could but,
could cut,
could get,
could let,
could put,
could thrust,
could trust,
do let,
hold us,
now let,
old but,
phone tucked,
should get,
should let,
should put,
should thrust,
should trust,
so let,
to let,
told us,
who let,
would but,
would cut,
would get,
would let,
would put,
would thrust,
would trust,
co parent,
smoke puffed,
whole chest,
whole rest,
whose trust,
could assure,
does get,
does nut,
goat nut,
gross receipt,
gross thrust,
hold ups,
home but,
home thrust,
known but,
knows but,
one but,
rose cut,
should assure,
soap nut,
whole brunt,
whole depth,
whole front,
would assure,
could best,
could hit,
could it,
could rest,
could wrest,
hell dust


3 syllables:
promote trust,
blowing dust,
golden knight,
erode trust,
voltage at,
above but,
alone but,
body must,
lower crust,
polka dot,
slowly sucked,
to go bust,
unknown but


4 syllables:
arizona dept.


5 syllables:
alveolar duct


Some other possibilities:

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