Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with impressed:

2 syllables:
being pressed,
is pressed,
still pressed,
there pressed,
were pressed,
which pressed,
in breast,
his breast,
with breast,
ridge crest,
limp wrist,
thumb pressed,
him best,
his rest,
shrimp net,
which rest,
will rest,
being blessed,
in quest,
is blessed,
rinnes test,
think best,
this blessed,
chill crept,
his quest,
is stretched,
its best,
its nest,
nicht recht,
pyx chest,
ships wrecked,
there crept,
this quest,
tongue pressed,
when pressed,
flesh pressed,
slump test,
stood pressed,
was pressed,
being dressed,
being wrecked,
bing test,
did best,
filled breast,
his best,
in jest,
in pelt,
in test,
in west,
is best,
it best,
ring test,
rinne test,
string vest,
things rests,
turing test,
were best,
which best,
will best,
with best,
chris spent,
christ rests,
crisp set,
fear lest,
guilt rests,
his chest,
his guest,
his rent,
hiv test,
ill dressed,
iq test,
is dressed,
is spent,
is stressed,
parish chest,
quit rent,
ridge crests,
shear test,
smear test

3 syllables:
aching breast,
benign breast,
virgin breast,
finger pressed,
gmelins test,
aching breasts,
glowing breast,
inner breast,
unless pressed,
aching chest,
minim rest,
appear dressed,
appeared dressed,
little rest

4 syllables:
encourage breast

Some other possibilities:

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