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

7 letters:
non est,
can bet,
can set,
can yet,
sud est,
sun set,
chen et,
non net,
van het,
in jest,
in test,
in west

8 letters:
can best,
can test,
man left,
man went,
men left,
men went,
sub test,
sun belt,
sun went,
ten cent,
was best,
dna test,
psa test,
then set,
when set,
when wet,
cam belt,
but felt,
but kept,
but left,
but sent,
but went,
has felt,
has kept,
has left,
has sent,
pup tent,
was bent,
was felt,
was kept,
was left,
was sent,
can just

9 letters:
drug test,
love nest,
then felt,
then left,
then sent,
then went,
when left,
ben hecht,
some went,
when next,
has dealt,
much left,
stem rust,
thus left,
was dealt,
done just,
acid test,
abat vent

10 letters:
blood test,
flush left

11 letters:
comme c'est,
young guest,
chief guest,
stress test,
was wrecked,
thumb rests,
blunt chest,
flood crest,
front chest,
schon jetzt,
was pressed,
man breasts,
man dressed,
was checked,
extra guest,
money chest,
orange zest,
urban rents,
money rests,
added sept.,
alice spent,
ended sept.

12 letters:
when pressed,
hurrahs nest,
young breast,
office dealt,
office spent,
extra thrust

13 letters:
thumb pressed,
alice stepped

14 letters:
tongue pressed,
unless pressed,
unless checked

15 letters:
roughened chest,
youthful breast

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