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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with present:

2 syllables:
elle est,
sweat test,
chess set,
fresh scent,
air vent,
head bent,
hell bent,
share rents,
them went,
where rents,
is sent,
bell end,
dead end,
head end,
press helped,
wet end,
breath test,
death dealt,
death helped,
glare test,
head rest,
neck crest,
sweat tests,
them left,
well kept,
has sent,
was bent,
was sent,
dead set,
delle sette,
dense set,
faire cette,
jet set,
share spent,
well set,
well spent,
air jet,
death threat,
hair net,
net debt,
net net,
them yet,
well met,
this sect,
bare assed,
belle looked,
ben hecht,
bread dipped,
breath hissed,
breath hitched,
dna test,
id est,
il est,
non est,
psa test,
still left,
sud est,
them must,
elles peuvent,
fair haired,
febs lett,
press 


3 syllables:
success helped,
beneath it,
beneath that,
hotel guest,
le cell test,
tea chest,
access centres,
complex set,
convex set,
heady scent,
heavy scent,
letter sent,
never sent,
tea set,
betel nut,
erect tents,
ever went,
never went,
qu'elle s'est,
extra guest,
hotel looked,
michelle looked,
access health,
assess health,
excess cells,
letters sent,
presents eight,
presents it


4 syllables:
cigarette end,
experi enced,
gabrielle looked


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