Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with wordnet:

2 syllables:
nerve net,
purse net,
third set,
bird nest,
term debt,
worse yet,
church dressed,
curved setae,
her wet,
her yet,
surf the net,
third guest,
third threat,
words etched,
birds nest,
her nest,
first met,
heard but,
purge nut,
word but,
words it,
first set,
bird vetch,
church dealt,
clerk checked,
cure dent,
first test,
heard tell,
heard them,
heard where,
her breast,
nurse checked,
nurse stepped,
perch pest,
third chair,
third check,
third share,
third shell,
third where,
turn left,
work best,
work went,
worse threat,
burn it,
glade net,
heard it,
heard naught,
learn it,
third night,
turn it,
word it,
wurde nicht,
her dead,
turn head,
birds pecked,
der welt,
durch direkte,
girls dressed,
her best,
her chest,
her death,
her guest,
her left,
her neck,
per cent,
third cents,
third death,
third deck,
third quest,
third tests

3 syllables:
entre cette,
neural net,
afford them,
clear threat,
clearly set,
deferred share,
offered chair,
offered them,
offered where,
research dealt,
turbo jet,
afford it,
offered it,
return it,
certain set,
better dressed,
daughter dressed,
father dressed,
fire set,
hammer dressed,
longer dressed,
lower set,
mother dressed,
neural nets,
never dressed,
power set,
toward chest

4 syllables:
admiral hewett,
entire set,
officer dressed

Some other possibilities:

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