Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with derailment:

2 syllables:
case must,
place must,
state must,
male parent,
name must,
slave hunt,
whale hunts,
ate dust,
came just,
have just,
made just,
may trust,
maybe just,
name just,
place just,
place sliced,
said just,
space dust,
state dep't,
state dept.,
state trust,
train puffed,
train rushed,
wild hunt,
age but,
blade front,
brave front,
case but,
change must,
days but,
face but,
flame front,
frame front,
grape musts,
have but,
have cut,
have let,
have put,
made but,
make but,
may just,
nail punch,
name but,
phase front,
place but,
place front,
plain blunt,
plain front,
plane front,
said but,
sales dept.,
same but,
space but,
stage front,
state but,
states must,
stayed put,
stays put,
straight front,
tails tucked,
trade front,
wave front,
scale meant,
scale mount,
ape man,
ape men,
bailed on,
bales on,
brave man,
brave men,
cave man,
cave men

3 syllables:
became hushed,
female parent,
detail man,
always just,
create trust,
estate trust,
portrait bust,
remain chaste,
female scent,
always get,
always put,
became front,
brigade front,
concave front,
drawer front,
female busts,
female ducts,
maintain height,
maintain it,
remained hunched,
survey dept.,
today parents,
away but

4 syllables:
japanese front,
japanese parent,
surrogate parent

5 syllables:
monophosphate shunt,
compensation ought

Some other possibilities:

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