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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with fisted:

2 syllables:
is tuned,
big bud,
in bud,
limb bud,
with mud,
chris stood,
his stead,
paris stood,
press stud,
being tuned,
christ as,
christ has,
christ on,
glib tongued,
his blood,
his ten,
his tongue,
in a.d.,
is judged,
is loved,
is stuck,
is ten,
list as,
list has,
list on,
pissed on,
pissed up,
shrill tongued,
string tuned,
this blood,
this fund,
this stuff,
twist up,
christ loved,
is summed,
mixed bud,
shear studs,
split tongued,
still stunned,
there stunned,
his dead,
is dead,
his bid,
his good,
his lead,
his mid,
his mood,
is good,
print head,
this good,
this lead,
this mood,
this wood,
his pet,
is but,
is cut,
is done,
is dull,
is let,
is put,
is shut,
king tut,
this but,
this done,
this put,
being judged,
being loved,
being rubbed,
being shoved,
big ten,
bis zum,
bring blood,
brisk up,
built an,
built as,
built on,
built up,
chewing the cud,
chill blood,
chris young,
dear loved,
drift ice,
ear buds,
him ten,
his chief,
his cup,
his gun


3 syllables:
assist us,
exist as,
exist on,
subsist on,
piston head,
system had,
vista verde,
clear blood,
conflict as,
conflict has,
conflict on


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