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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with symbolist:

3 syllables:
system must,
king mullet,
sinful lusts,
string budget,
bit bucket,
his budget,
ninth ballot,
simple but,
simple trust,
fifth ballot,
pouring cement,
since adult,
string result,
winged adult,
build decent,
ch'an buddhist,
his comment,
his descent,
pierre manent,
quick descent,
quick result,
sheer descent,
sized adult,
skilled adult,
still result,
swift ascent,
swiss descent,
thick cement,
this comment,
this result,
which result,
will result,
with cement,
years adult,
young buddhist,
zen buddhist,
string puppet,
being greatest,
his beloved,
in adult,
int'l ass'n,
pierre petit,
simple lunch,
singh rawat,
stick puppet


4 syllables:
simple assault,
simple about,
single asset,
classic buddhist,
immoral about,
submit budget,
simple dessert,
simple estate,
simple honest,
civil asset,
jimmy buffett,
michael assat,
quibble about,
resin cement,
symbol attached,
symbols about,
predict adult,
income asset,
jingle about,
kick up a dust,
sinful about,
sprinkle about


5 syllables:
criminal assault,
louisville cement,
sublingual duct


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