Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with gun rest:

2 syllables:
can best,
can test,
non est,
when pressed,
comme c'est,
young guest,
blood test,
chief guest,
drug test,
hurrahs nest,
love nest,
man left,
man went,
men left,
men went,
stress test,
sub test,
sun belt,
sun went,
ten cent,
then felt,
then left,
then sent,
then went,
was best,
was wrecked,
when left,
thumb pressed,
thumb rests,
tongue pressed,
young breast,
ben hecht,
blunt chest,
can bet,
can set,
can yet,
dna test,
flood crest,
front chest,
psa test,
roughened chest,
schon jetzt,
sud est,
sun set,
then set,
was pressed,
when set,
when wet,
youthful breast,
cam belt,
chen et,
man breasts,
man dressed,
non net,
some went,
van het,
when next,
but felt,
but kept,
but left,
but sent,
but went,
flush left,
has dealt,
has felt,
has kept,
has left,
has sent,
much left,
pup tent,
stem rust,
thus left,
was bent,
was checked,
was dealt,
was felt,
was kept,
was left,
was sent,
can just,
done just,
in jest,
in test,
in west

3 syllables:
acid test,
extra guest,
money chest,
orange zest,
unless pressed,
urban rents,
money rests,
abat vent,
added sept.,
alice spent,
alice stepped,
ended sept.,
office dealt,
office spent,
unless checked,
extra thrust

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