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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with interest:

2 syllables:
in trust,
built trust,
his trust,
smith trust,
still trust,
swift trust,
this trust,
will trust,
being thrust,
in front,
milk crust,
quick thrust,
since sliced,
spear thrust,
stick thrust,
can trust,
signed receipt,
build trust,
fixed trust,
in just,
it just,
it must,
swift thrust,
thick crust,
being crushed,
things just,
things must,
will durant,
bit the dust,
brick front,
his front,
his parent,
its just,
rear front,
tears rushed,
this front,
were crushed,
years must,
bare trust,
in breast,
in christ,
must trust,
press trust,
share trust,
spousal trust,
trust trust,
where trust,
being just,
being rushed,
brick dust,
did just,
him just,
king must,
thing must,
with dust,
beer bust,
chipped front,
crisp crust,
ear tuft,
here just,
here must,
his just,
if just,
is just,
kicked butt,
quick thrusts,
spear thrusts,
still just


3 syllables:
until crust,
growing trust,
showing trust,
blister rust,
inner crust,
into dust,
rebuild trust,
river trust,
their trust,
thinner crust,
without trust,
guinness trust,
mission trust,
written trust,
unfit parent,
agent must,
benign breast,
direct trust,
express trust,
perfect trust,
progress trust,
virgin breast,
finger thrust,
akhil bharat,
exist but,
inner front,
inner parent,
lewis thrust


4 syllables:
louisville trust,
encourage trust,
explicit trust,
sufficient trust


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