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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sorbent:

2 syllables:
for best,
half bent,
or sent,
or went,
for rent,
or rent,
all went,
board dealt,
false scent,
for test,
for west,
force sept.,
half cent,
nor west,
or felt,
or kept,
or left,
or test,
or west,
strong scent,
thought best,
wall tent,
war chest,
wrong scent,
force spent,
be for the best,
corn belt,
corn rent,
for breast,
for debt,
for rest,
for the best,
for yet,
george best,
nor yet,
or net,
or rest,
or set,
or wet,
sword belt,
war debt,
george brent,
all felt,
broad chest,
cross checked,
gone west,
half rest,
small chest,
strong chest,
though blessed,
though pressed,
brown bent,
clark kent,
dog bent,
or built,
or bust,
store built,
ward hunt,
your best,
north end,
or send,
all left,
all set,
all the best,
all wet,
board helped,
broad belts,
broad bench,
broad breast,
course dealt,
course helped,
court dealt,
court helped,
court tests,
cross belts,
cross bench,
draught net,
for next,
for tests,
for text,
for the rest,
force helped,
force swept,
forth thence,
frost belt,
george helped,
horse sense,
horse stepped,
horse theft,
more dense,
more sense,
north west,
or next


3 syllables:
before sept.,
encore cette,
recall test,
among breast,
because breast,
because rents,
before tests


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