Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with means test:

2 syllables:
seems best,
been blessed,
been pressed,
clean breast,
green breast,
routine breast,
needs tests,
routine chest,
themes dealt,
been spent,
been swept,
breach stepped,
clean swept,
dream quest,
queen spent,
routine tests,
screen tests,
steve stepped,
these tests,
beach crest,
beat breast,
cheek pressed,
east west,
field tent,
knees pressed,
treat breast,
jeans tucked,
been dealt,
been sent,
clean scent,
steam chest,
they stepped,
been checked,
been felt,
been kept,
been left,
each guest,
feels blessed,
field tests,
green belt,
green checked,
leaves pressed,
my breast,
these wretched,
they pressed,
yield tests,
been set,
been stressed,
be my guest,
been met,
breeze swept,
brief tests,
by west,
cousine bette,
creep tests,
fleet swept,
greek text,
green tents,
key west,
leach tests,
my best,
my chest,
my guest,
my tent,
shrewdly guessed,
sleep slept,
speech tests,
speed tests,
steve spent,
streets swept,
these pests,
they rest,
try best,
very best,
weeks spent

3 syllables:
anciens textes,
machine tests,
decreased chest,
areas dealt,
brian stepped,
eccrine sweat,
ancient quest,
been my guest,
lean-to tent,
lean to tent,
relieve chest,
repeat chest,
release tests,
supreme tests,
areas swept,
college tests,
fatigue tests,
ideas sketched,
obscene jests,
quarantine pests,
relief swept,
screening tests,
species tests

4 syllables:
endocrine tests,
apocrine sweat

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