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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with id est:

2 syllables:
did best,
is sent,
still left,
this sect,
bing test,
dick test,
hiv test,
in test,
iq test,
it best,
ring test,
rinne test,
schick test,
shear test,
skin test,
smear test,
this test,
turing test,
will test,
with test,
being dealt,
chin rest,
fear lest,
him best,
his best,
his chest,
his guest,
his rest,
in jest,
in net,
in west,
is best,
is dealt,
is set,
it dealt,
parish chest,
smith et,
string vest,
there dealt,
there rests,
thick chest,
this set,
tin pest,
were best,
were dealt,
which best,
which dealt,
which rest,
will best,
will rest,
with best,
with west,
be in debt,
his debt,
in debt,
this debt,
dna test,
psa test,
sweat test,
him must,
beer tent,
big tent,
chris stepped,
his tent,
it felt,
it helped,
it kept,
it left,
it sent,
it went,
quit rent,
being checked,
being felt,
being helped,
being kept,
being left,
being sent,
being wrecked,
chris spent,
gill less,
his belt,
his left,
his rent,
if kept,
if left,
in kent,
in left,
in pelt,
is bent,
is checked,
is felt,
is kept,
is left,
is spent,
king sent,
ring necked,
since sept.


3 syllables:
aching chest,
extra guest,
commit theft


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