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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with disparate:

2 syllables:
his parent,
his pet,
is put,
this put,
is but,
this but,
being put,
him put,
his front,
his trust,
is cut,
is let,
is shut,
it put,
this front,
this trust,
trip let,
were put,
which put,
will put,
crisp crust,
his hut,
his parents,
its parent,
swiss parents,
kicked butt,
nickar nut,
things but,
things get,
years but,
crisp set,
is dressed,
is split,
is stressed,
this threat,
being but,
did but,
here but,
him but,
if but,
in. but,
in but,
it but,
kick butt,
there but,
thing but,
were but,
which but,
will but,
with but,
year but,
beer gut,
being crushed,
being cut,
being shut,
being thrust,
brick front,
built trust,
did get,
here let,
him get,
his truck,
in front,
in trust,
is flushed,
is struck,
it cut,
it get,
it shut,
king nut,
king tut,
milk crust,
missed the cut,
quick thrust,
rear front,
smith trust,
spear thrust,
stick thrust,
still get,
still trust,
string plucked,
swift trust,
tears rushed,
this drug,
this stress,
were crushed,
were cut,
were let,
were shut,
which cut,
will cut,
will durant,
will get


3 syllables:
akhil bharat,
exist but,
unfit parent,
disease but,
hiccup nut,
until crust


4 syllables:
louisville trust


Some other possibilities:

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