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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with blood test:

2 syllables:
sud est,
can best,
can rest,
chief guest,
comme c'est,
gun rest,
hurrahs nest,
love nest,
pup tent,
some rest,
was best,
young guest,
blunt chest,
crushed chest,
flood crest,
front chest,
just west,
must rest,
non est,
roughened chest,
some tests,
stress tests,
such tests,
toughness tests,
but felt,
but kept,
but left,
but sent,
but went,
has dealt,
was dealt,
cam belt,
flush left,
has felt,
has kept,
has left,
has sent,
man left,
man went,
men left,
men went,
much left,
some went,
sun belt,
sun went,
ten cent,
then felt,
then left,
then sent,
then went,
thus left,
was bent,
was checked,
was felt,
was kept,
was left,
was sent,
was wrecked,
when left,
did best,
head rest,
but next,
but set,
but yet,
butt set,
cut set,
get the best,
get wet,
tutte queste,
ben hecht,
break a sweat,
can bet,
can set,
can yet,
chief stepped,
come next,
comme cette,
drum set

3 syllables:
acid tests,
ended tests,
added sept.,
alice stepped,
ended sept.,
adult testes,
adult tests,
beloved guest,
conduct tests,
extra guest,
product tests,
abat vent,
asset tests,
extra tests,
fluid tests,
office dealt,
untimed tests,
alice spent,
office spent,
unless checked,
put to rest,
become pests

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