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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with clear cut:

2 syllables:
break circuit,
e ticket,
the circuit,
through ticket


3 syllables:
this circuit,
cigar butt,
finger nut,
ginger nut,
nicker nut,
bridge circuit,
firing circuit,
grid circuit,
quick circuit,
ring circuit,
switch circuit,
wiring circuit,
a circuit,
a ticket,
ideal circuit,
being earnest,
bitter earnest,
cigar butts,
ginger nuts,
his circle,
his earnest,
his servant,
in earnest,
is urgent,
river cam,
river rushed,
still permit,
this circle,
which permit,
will permit,
bridge circuits,
click current,
fifth circuit,
firing circuits,
inner crust,
ir a,
ninth circuit,
quick current,
richard cutts,
shift circuit,
switch circuits,
switched circuit,
thicker crust,
thinner crust,
tripped circuit,
wiring circuits


4 syllables:
adding circuit,
access circuit,
consider urgent,
fearful height,
fearful light,
hickory nut,
liquor habit,
littered about,
skittered about,
clipper circuit,
dinner bucket,
dinner jacket,
inner circuit,
inner current,
inner jacket,
inner pocket,
inner quiet,
inner socket,
river circuit,
river current,
river kennet,
river packet,
tennis circuit,
trigger circuit,
trigger current,
zipper jacket


5 syllables:
embittered about,
consider current,
deliver current,
emitter circuit,
emitter current,
transmitter circuit,
unclear about


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