Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with softest:

2 syllables:
half assed,
all just,
all must,
for just,
form must,
laws must,
more just,
more must,
nor must,
or bust,
or just,
or must,
thought must,
war must,
saw dust,
court must,
half butt,
half cut,
law must,
malt dust,
or trust,
strong trust,
gall duct,
ward hunt,
though crushed,
thought rushed,
for test,
half rest,
half tint,
or test,
smart assed,
staff must,
all but,
all get,
all put,
broad front,
broad thrust,
cross cut,
door shut,
for but,
force must,
long but,
more but,
naught but,
nor let,
or but,
or cut,
or get,
or let,
or put,
shore front,
short puffed,
short shunt,
small but,
small front,
small tufts,
store front,
strong but,
strong front,
strong gusts,
strong thrust,
thought but,
war but,
half twist,
rat assed,
soft as,
called trust,
courts must,
draw cut,
false trust,
forme fruste

3 syllables:
because trust,
restore trust,
support trust,
recall test,
acorn nut,
along front,
along thrust,
before but,
before front,
export ass'n,
gorgeous sight,
halted at,
sorted out,
water must,
a short cut,
before receipt,
fortas wrote

4 syllables:
aorta right,
enormous height,
exalted height,
reported at,
reported eight,
reported height,
reported it,
supported at,
supported it,
forgotten it,
forgotten night

5 syllables:
unsupported height

Some other possibilities:

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See softest used in context: 3 rhymes, 3 Shakespeare works several books and articles.

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