Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with beetroot:

2 syllables:
key fruit,
sweet fruit,
sweet roots,
tree root,
wheat roots,
beef suet,
clean boot,
green shoot,
squeeze chute,
clean fruit,
cream fruit,
deep roots,
dry suit,
greek roots,
green fruit,
green roots,
ne peut,
peach fruit,
roughly grouped,
ski boot,
ski suit,
steal fruit,
sweet truth,
these roots,
very truth,
by true,
my true,
sweet fruits,
three roots,
very true,
by freud,
field boot,
speed boost,
speed droop,
street food,
tweed suits,
very crude,
by bruce,
by group,
by proof,
cheap suits,
clean boots,
clean room,
each room,
free group,
green boots,
green roof,
green room,
green shoots,
green suits,
jean clouet,
league boots,
league group,
leave room,
lee bruce,
lie group,
my group,
steam room,
street luge,
street shoes,
surely proof,
surely prove,
these suits,
they prove,
three group,
tree shrews,
heat rate,
heat treat,
nietzsche wrote,
sheet write,
street right,
sweet treat,
they treat,
peeled fruit,
squeezed fruit,
sweet crude,
they drew,
trees drooped

3 syllables:
china root,
chinese roots,
complete suits,
complete truth,
concrete truth,
ancient roots,
brier root,
china jute,
degree group,
entry group,
leafy shoot,
machine room,
repeat loop,
three-piece suit,
three piece suit,
complete right,
complete write,
concrete right,
repeat write,
cedar roots,
feeder roots

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