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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with benefit:

3 syllables:
claire huchet,
para nut,
pecan nut,
head office,
level but,
met office,
pledged asset,
press office,
share office,
sneck posset,
spare office,
where adult,
french budget,
french mullet,
french puppet,
tenth ballot,
began it,
chief asset,
chilean nut,
goora nut,
hugh capet,
level it,
meta bit,
nissen hut,
quick asset,
reckon it,
settle it,
split a gut,
step on it,
death added,
lead acid,
press added


4 syllables:
areca nut,
affect asset,
areca nuts,
assets asset,
compel assent,
excess cement,
express assent,
express office,
gazette office,
hotel office,
motel office,
sierra buttes,
unfair result,
qu'en effet,
any office,
attend adult,
attend office,
defense budget,
defense office,
expense budget,
expense debit,
expense office,
general but,
glenna collett,
percent adult,
percent budget,
prevent adult,
recent budget,
senator knute,
sheriff about,
solemn assent,
solemn office,
venetian night,
venice about,
venice summit,
zenith about,
added asset,
asset asset,
coquilla nut,
develop it,
expresses it,
possess innate,
regretted it,
denton offutt,
xenophon wrote


5 syllables:
primary asset,
vienna summit,
jennifer about


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See benefit used in context: 18 poetry verses, 36 Shakespeare works, 1 quotation, 5 Bible passages, 58 definitions

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