Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with trisect:

2 syllables:
this sect,
is sent,
is checked,
is set,
this set,
id est,
il est,
still left,
being checked,
being sent,
being wrecked,
chris spent,
chris stepped,
his belt,
his best,
his chest,
his ex,
his guest,
his left,
his rent,
his rest,
his tent,
in net,
is bent,
is best,
is dealt,
is felt,
is kept,
is left,
is spent,
it sent,
king sent,
ring necked,
since sept.,
smith et,
stiff necked,
this belt,
this helped,
this left,
this test,
this went,
this wretched,
were checked,
were sent,
which sent,
being set,
chip set,
his debt,
his net,
his next,
his text,
is met,
is next,
is wet,
is yet,
it set,
ships wrecked,
stiff setae,
swing set,
thin set,
this debt,
this next,
this sets,
this text,
twin set,
were set,
which set,
will set,
ben hecht,
still looked,
his end,
is held,
this end,
beer tent,
being dealt,
being felt,
being helped,
being kept,
being left,
big tent,
bing test,
chin rest,
dick test,
did best,
fear lest,
him best,
his health,
his heirs,
his help,
his self,
his sense,
hiv test,
id theft,
if kept

3 syllables:
until checked,
until sept.,
camille looked,
aching chest,
commit theft

4 syllables:
religious sect

Some other possibilities:

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