Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with concept:

7 letters:
can set,
sun set,
but set,
can bet,
can yet,
cut set,
has set,
non est,
was set,
chen et,
non net,
van het

8 letters:
ten cent,
then set,
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,
was kept,
was sent,
drum set,
some set,
butt set,
love set,
null set,
when wet,
cam belt,
thus set,
but felt,
but left,
but went,
has felt,
has left,
pup tent,
sub test,
was bent,
was best

9 letters:
then sent,
then felt,
then left,
then went,
when left,
ben hecht,
ten cents,
was swept,
some rest,
some went,
drug test,
has dealt,
love nest,
much left,
thus left,
abat vent,
acid test

10 letters:
then spent,
blood test,
flush left

11 letters:
since sept.,
comme cette,
flood swept,
flush swept,
comme c'est,
young guest,
chief guest,
stress test,
was checked,
added sept.,
ended sept.,
alice spent

12 letters:
then stepped,
tongue swept,
durant cette,
hurrahs nest,
office dealt,
office spent

13 letters:
chief stepped,
parents slept,
alice stepped,
extent helped,
advice helped,
agents helped,
brian stepped,
office helped,
unless helped,
agency helped

14 letters:
parents helped,
science helped,
unless checked

16 letters:
sergeant stepped

Some other possibilities:

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