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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with selfist:

2 syllables:
hell dust,
care must,
death must,
them just,
bare assed,
them must,
well but,
well get,
well put,
self trust,
shelf ice,
air duct,
breath puffed,
breath rushed,
breath sucked,
glenn shunt,
press dept.,
step parent,
sweat duct,
bull dust,
still just,
still must,
will just,
will must,
bare trust,
bread crust,
bread nut,
cette lutte,
check nut,
dead but,
death but,
death put,
flesh lusts,
fresh cut,
fresh sliced,
hair cut,
head but,
head butt,
health ass'n,
health dept.,
press trust,
pressure must,
rare but,
share trust,
step cut,
steppe front,
steps must,
them but,
them get,
them put,
where trust,
yet but,
bell faced,
elle est,
self test,
shell first,
smell feast,
well fixed,
self as,
self has,
belle chasse,
cells but


3 syllables:
hotel front,
hotel guest,
le cell test,
until just,
agent must,
any just,
collect dust,
direct trust,
effect must,
excess thrust,
express receipt,
express trust,
fairy dust,
gets a sight,
object must,
perfect trust,
pretty fucked,
progress trust,
smelled a rat,
smells a rat,
smelt a rat,
subject must,
their just,
welcome at,
welcome mat,
hotel first,
beta site,
carefully eased,
compels us,
cupel dust,
della notte,
delta coast,
delta sites,
delta state


4 syllables:
cigarette butt,
successful at,
successful light


5 syllables:
peritoneal shunt


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