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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with interests:

2 syllables:
quick thrusts,
spear thrusts,
fixed trusts,
thick crusts,
bring parents,
in trust,
thing parents,
brick fronts,
fierce gusts,
his parents,
if parents,
swiss parents,
thick trunks,
which parents,
with parents,
christ rests,
guilt rests,
print lists,
wrist rests,
since parents,
strict parents,
thick tufts,
wicked parents,
brain trusts,
giant trusts,
it rests,
bridge truss,
built trust,
cousin twice,
his trust,
it cuts,
lymph ducts,
smith trust,
still trust,
swift trust,
this stress,
this trust,
will trust,
in the dumps,
things rests,
bread crusts,
built nests,
ridge crests,
since tests,
when parents

3 syllables:
interest is,
interest us,
inert dusts,
adoring parents,
asking parents,
citrus heights,
interest takes,
interest twice,
interest types,
unfit parents,
until parents,
express trusts,
resin ducts,
assist parents,
convince parents,
distress since,
infra notes,
minute ducts,
mistress since,
sinful lusts,
domain trusts,
minute rests,
money trusts,
housing trusts,
indus sites,
interest as,
interest has,
interest whose,
living trusts,
sharing trusts,
skipping trusts,
voting trusts,
clifford trusts,
distress is,
interest are,
interest at,
interest had,
interest here,
interest him,
interest if,
interest in,
interest it,
interest of,
interest on,
interest or,
interest ought,
vivos trusts,
winter hunts,
aching breasts,
algal crusts,
urban parents

4 syllables:
creating trusts,
louisville trust,
religious trusts,
adherent crusts

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