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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with subtext:

2 syllables:
sub test,
up next,
but next,
come next,
was next,
blood test,
can test,
drug test,
dutch texts,
psalm texts,
stress test,
such texts,
when next,
dna test,
psa test,
schon jetzt,
full text,
his text,
in text,
rich text,
this text,
with text,
pup tent,
can best,
can rest,
chief guest,
comes next,
comme c'est,
gun rest,
hurrahs nest,
love nest,
some rest,
was best,
was checked,
was wrecked,
young guest,
dfa tp test,
pulp test,
slump test,
sud est,
ben hecht,
blood tests,
blunt chest,
crushed chest,
front chest,
just west,
must rest,
non est,
some tests,
stress tests,
such tests,
toughness tests,
twice blessed,
twice blest,
was blessed,
young breast,
youthful breast,
blood drenched,
drugs helped,
blood mixed,
click next,
has fixed,
him next,
his next,
is next,
it next,
sit next,
some fixed,
stood next,
this next


3 syllables:
acid test,
consult texts,
extent helped,
alice stepped,
unless checked,
corrupt texts,
acid tests,
adult testes,
adult tests,
conduct tests,
context it,
cover texts,
current texts,
ended tests,
extent checked,
extra guest,
german text,
latin text,
major texts,
open text,
other texts,
product tests,
quebec court,
quebec might,
running text,
russische tekst,
become fixed


4 syllables:
assyrian texts


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