Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with reinvest:

3 syllables:
by interest,
my interest,
three input,
they insist,
eating dust,
routine infant,
sweet infant,
they discussed,
three infants,
very instant,
to invest,
brief interest,
deep interest,
each input,
greek interest,
keen interest,
lease interest,
leave in the dust,
marine interest,
my interests,
please input,
real interest,
routine interest,
screen input,
speech input,
speech interest,
speed input,
steam inlet,
stream input,
three biggest,
treat interest,
dry as dust,
my eldest,
surely exist,
they exist,
three eldest,
by minute,
feeling rushed,
three minute,
very minute

4 syllables:
degree unjust,
decrease indent,
supreme insult,
agreed interest,
chinese interest,
complete input,
complete interest,
concrete interest,
decrease interest,
extreme interest,
machine input,
query input,
receive input,
receive interest,
supreme interest,
as dry as dust,
entry exist,
safely invest

5 syllables:
employee input,
employee interest,
fishery invest

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