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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with extra point:

2 syllables:
u joint,
butt joint,
flush joint,
plumb joint,
splice joint,
thumb joint,
chief points,
douglas points,
some points,
splice points,
stress points,
such points,
thumb points,
young points,
edge joint,
struck coins,
tongue moist,
clip joint,
gyp joint,
hip joint,
slip joint,
strip joint,
rust joint,
thumb joints,
truss joints,
u bolt,
air hoist,
was hoped,
blunt points,
depth points,
front points,
pulse points


3 syllables:
become moist,
become joint,
added points,
become points,
upper joint,
rubber joint,
china joint,
collar joint,
conduct joint,
dowel joint,
dummy joint,
major joint,
other joint,
office hoped,
below points,
bloody points,
collar points,
color points,
comer points,
cover points,
data points,
deduct points,
drucker points,
entrance points,
hughes points,
major points,
mother points,
other points,
percha points,
pickup points,
result points,
trial points,
upper joints,
upper points,
vowel points


4 syllables:
equity joint,
opium joint,
toyota joint,
develop joint,
develop points


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