Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with nest egg:

2 syllables:
chest hair,
chest heave,
crest hair,
mess deck,
bare legged,
belle terre,
bless them,
delle terre,
guess where,
kept head,
left edge,
press where,
stretch legs,
guest check,
best bet,
best end,
blessed death,
breast health,
breast heaved,
breast heaves,
breast where,
c'est celle,
c'est cette,
c'est faire,
cette terre,
chess set,
chest hairs,
chest heaved,
chest heaves,
chest where,
crest where,
death stare,
delle stelle,
delle stesse,
felt legs,
guessed where,
guest chair,
press stressed,
stair step,
tent pegs,
test set,
test them,
the west end,
west end,
bell deck,
dead leg,
sec leg,
well deck,
cell death,
check check,
death death,
fell dead,
net debt,
rec. sec,
rec sec,
smell death,
spared death,
spell check,
spell death,
spelled death,
stared death,
swelled head,
where death

3 syllables:
access check,
excess death,
express check,
progress check,
success check,
access where,
assess where,
della legge,
excess fare,
excess where,
express them,
express where,
perfect hedge,
possess them,
progress where,
recess where,
success where,
access stairs,
access steps,
appressed hairs,
arrest where,
assessed health,
assessed where,
excess air,
express tense,
expressed herein,
expressed where,
request where,
success stemmed,
success stems,
hotel check,
transcend death

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