Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with monopolist:

3 syllables:
copple dust,
data must,
not adjust,
model must,
block comment,
from adult,
problem must,
data but,
gonna get,
gotta trust,
often just,
often must,
sharp ascent,
apple rust,
block ballot,
carnal lusts,
model trust,
slop bucket,
sock puppet,
towel tucked,
basil looked,
clara looked,
donna looked,
jonah looked,
mamma looked,
model looked,
momma looked,
not assist,
profile looked,
shall adjust,
shall attest,
wada test,
carp mullet,
gaba agents

4 syllables:
naval assault,
bizarre result,
canada dept.,
hobble about,
squabble about,
wobble about,
awful about,
canada trust,
cavil about,
common assault,
deposit trust,
fajada butte,
model about,
novel about,
often assert,
police assault,
profile about,
proper adult,
sawarra nut,
toddle about,
marvelous sight,
model asserts,
model estate,
naval assets,
papal agent,
towel about,
natasha looked,
papal estates,
populous state,
probable height,
rabid about

5 syllables:
alabama dept.,
canada august,
anomalous right,
anomalous state,
apostle asserts,
bodily assault,
ishihara test,
canada gazette,
napoleon sought,
nevada desert

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