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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with all but:

2 syllables:
half butt,
or put,
cross cut,
door shut,
half cut,
nor let,
or cut,
or get,
or let,
draw cut,
false smut,
gall duct,
north butte,
or bust,
shall put,
ball foot,
black butte,
bore bit,
called it,
calls it,
core bit,
cross bit,
shall get,
small set,
square butte,
trawl net,
ball pen,
ball was,
balls up,
bohr bug,
call such,
call was,
called an,
called as,
called dutch,
called on,
called up,
called us,
calls on,
calls up,
calls us,
cross bun,
fall was,
fall when,
falls as,
falls on,
false as,
for just,
form must,
gone bung,
hall was,
hauled up,
hauls ass,
laws must,
more just,
more must,
nor must,
or just,
or must,
paul was,
salt on,
short cut,
small dutch,
small knoll,
small man,
small sum,
small young,
sprawled on,
sword cut,
tall man,
though crushed,
thought must,
thought rushed,
wall was,
walls as,
walls on,
war must,
ward hunt,
call it,
full butt,
jaw bit,
small boat,
small blood,
ball as,
ball on,
ball up,
call an,
call as,
call bluff,
call us


3 syllables:
acorn nut,
water butt,
wally butts,
a short cut,
recall it,
called a halt,
calls a halt,
corbel out


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