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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with concept:

2 syllables:
ten cent,
then sent,
can set,
sun set,
then set,
then stepped,
when set,
but kept,
but sent,
can best,
can rest,
can test,
gun rest,
has kept,
has sent,
man left,
man went,
men left,
men went,
sun belt,
sun went,
then felt,
then left,
then went,
was kept,
was sent,
when left,
since sept.,
comme cette,
drum set,
some set,
tongue swept,
ben hecht,
but set,
butt set,
can bet,
can yet,
chief stepped,
cut set,
flood swept,
flush swept,
has set,
love set,
non est,
null set,
ten cents,
then spent,
was set,
was swept,
when wet,
cam belt,
chen et,
comme c'est,
durant cette,
non net,
parents helped,
parents slept,
sergeant stepped,
some rest,
some went,
thus set,
van het,
young guest,
blood test,
but felt,
but left,
but went,
chief guest,
drug test,
flush left,
has dealt,
has felt,
has left,
hurrahs nest,
love nest,
much left,
pup tent,
stress test,
sub test,
thus left,
was bent,
was best,
was checked


3 syllables:
added sept.,
ended sept.,
alice stepped,
extent helped,
advice helped,
agents helped,
brian stepped,
office helped,
science helped,
unless helped,
abat vent,
acid test,
alice spent,
office dealt,
office spent,
unless checked


4 syllables:
agency helped


Some other possibilities:

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