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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with egoist:

2 syllables:
bleak coast,
greek coast,
by post,
my post,
see post,
wheat toast,
key bolt,
green coast,
my coat,
steep coast,
beef roast,
been toast,
by boat,
by rote,
by vote,
cheese toast,
cream toast,
dewey wrote,
free vote,
key note,
my boat,
my note,
queen post,
seat post,
see note,
sign post,
surely hoped,
they hoped,
they note,
they wrote,
three posts,
veal roast,
grieg wrote,
three goats,
steam hoist,
by gold,
free gold,
least hoped,
three goals,
be my guest,
my guest,
shrewdly guessed,
east coast,
league whose,
seed coat,
the east coast,
three coats,
beach wrote,
breen wrote,
brief note,
dewey notes,
each note

3 syllables:
adélie coast,
chinese ghost,
chinese coast,
sea coast,
diego yacht,
chinese ghosts,
diego asked,
diego state,
holie ghost,
holy ghost,
rico act,
china hoped,
complete volte,
machine bolt,
peter hoped,
philo wrote,
sioux ghost,
ancient coast,
chico state,
china coast,
dreary coast,
either coast,
jersey coast,
kerry coast,
lvory coast,
negroes ought,
pea coat,
rocky coast,
beat to it,
cereal oat,
college wrote,
concrete posts,
diego looked,
early post,
entry notes,
eugene wrote

4 syllables:
calico cat,
calico shirt,
enrico mattei,
latino white,
proviso that,
calico skirt,
crimean coast,
somali coast,
swahili coast,
amery wrote,
emily post

5 syllables:
mendocino coast

Some other possibilities:

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