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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with black currant:

2 syllables:
crack front,
drag bunt,
canned hunt,
had rushed,
staff rushed,
that trust,
back rent,
rack rent,
drag hunt,
back but,
class parent,
flax rust,
glass front,
crack fronts,
glass crunched,
at just,
class must,
had just,
mass. dept.,
plan must,
staff must,
than just,
that just,
that must,
what must,
back rest,
back vent,
fox hunt,
pack tent,
snow crust,
though crushed,
act must,
cap nut,
cat gut,
class but,
drap dete,
fact must,
had but,
had cut,
had let,
had put,
had shut,
palm nut,
rat assed,
sack lunch,
sacks stuffed,
shall get,
shall put,
shall thrust,
shall trust,
snack lunch,
squat thrust,
than let,
that but,
that cut,
that get,
that let,
that put,
that runs,
block front,
conn. courant,
rack rents,
shock front,
act but,
act on


3 syllables:
action at,
action it,
action ought,
jackson knight,
takes a hint,
blacken out,
sarah knight,
enough parent,
drag a bunt,
acted at,
acted out,
anger rushed,
axis at,
captain knight,
hamsun knut,
latter rushed,
practice at,
practice it,
practice ought,
takes a lot,
taxes ought,
sarah might,
action but,
action caught,
action fought,
action might,
action notes,
action right,
action sheet,
action sought


4 syllables:
reaction at,
abandon it,
sebastian knight,
abstraction faite,
abstraction might


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