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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with love knot:

2 syllables:
but not,
come not,
dove cot,
has not,
let not,
some not,
sum not,
thus not,
up not,
was not,
can not,
man not,
men not,
then not,
when not,
bon mot,
blood shot,
burrel shot,
but got,
cut shot,
douglas scott,
duck shot,
fuss pot,
get shot,
gum pot,
gut rot,
has got,
man got,
men got,
mud pot,
mug shot,
pearson yacht,
slung shot,
smudge pot,
stem rot,
stuff shot,
then got,
was got,
was shot,
la motte,
some hot,
comes not,
get hot,
just not,
must not,
was hot,
was knocked,
being not,
care not,
dare not,
did not,
fear not,
here not,
him not,
his not,
if not,
is not,
it not,
look not,
still not,
them not,
there not,
thing not,
this not,
tis not,
well not,
were not,
where not,
which not,
will not,
with not,
yet not,
bon mots,
but most,
can most,
done most,
has most,
then most,
up most,
was most,
when most,
blood clot,
blood dropped,
blood washed,
break ones heart,
but lost


3 syllables:
become not,
alice scott,
becomes not,
duty not,
other not,
result not,
appear not,
acid washed,
adult heart,
alice stopped,
alice watched,
allan scott,
become locked,
become part


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