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

6 letters:
act on

7 letters:
at just,
cap nut,
cat gut,
had but,
had cut,
had let,
had put,
act but,
axis at

8 letters:
back but,
had just,
fox hunt,
act must,
had shut,
palm nut,
than let,
that but,
that cut,
that get,
that let,
that put,
acted at

9 letters:
drag bunt,
back rent,
rack rent,
drag hunt,
flax rust,
plan must,
than just,
that just,
that must,
what must,
back rest,
back vent,
pack tent,
class but,
drap dete,
fact must,
rat assed,
shall get,
shall put,
that runs,
action at,
action it,
acted out

10 letters:
had rushed,
that trust,
class must,
staff must,
snow crust,
sack lunch,
rack rents,
action but,
abandon it

11 letters:
crack front,
canned hunt,
glass front,
mass. dept.,
shall trust,
snack lunch,
block front,
shock front,
blacken out,
drag a bunt,
hamsun knut,
practice at,
practice it,
takes a lot,
taxes ought,
sarah might,
reaction at

12 letters:
staff rushed,
class parent,
crack fronts,
shall thrust,
squat thrust,
action ought,
takes a hint,
sarah knight,
anger rushed,
action might,
action notes,
action right,
action sheet

13 letters:
sacks stuffed,
conn. courant,
enough parent,
latter rushed,
action caught,
action fought,
action sought

14 letters:
glass crunched,
though crushed,
jackson knight,
captain knight,
practice ought

16 letters:
sebastian knight

17 letters:
abstraction faite,
abstraction might

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