Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with adjustment:

2 syllables:
must trust,
trust trust,
but must,
gust front,
just get,
just let,
just put,
must get,
must let,
must put,
thrust front,
just man,
can trust,
comme faisant,
dept. dept.,
dutch parent,
spousal trust,
up front,
young parent,
just went,
bus duct,
dna strand,
trust fund,
buck sergeant,
but just,
deus vult,
front front,
judge must,
love must,
man must,
men must,
parent parent,
parents must,
pulse front,
then must,
thumb tucked,
trust receipt,
young sergeant,
just met,
but get,
but let,
but put,
front man,
get shut,
get stuffed,
just can,
just done,
just run,
just then,
just when,
must run,
must then,
put put,
putt putt,
stunt man,
thrusts on,
thus put,
was crushed,
was flushed,
was thrust,
youngest son,
blood flushed,
blood spilt,
chief thrust,
crumb crust,
drugs bust,
meist nicht,
skull crushed,
thumb brushed,
thumbs tucked,
tongue brushed,
tongue thrust,
chest puffed,
his front,
his parent,
his trust,
just felt,
just kept

3 syllables:
product must,
arras front,
irate parent,
office dept.,
adult parent,
current shunt,
entrance front,
results must,
unless parents,
custom might,
custom ought,
adult men,
bust a gut,
justice at,
justice ought,
justice sought,
office but,
added thrust,
agent must,
effect must,
express trust

4 syllables:
officer must

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