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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with luteic:

2 syllables:
smooth thick,
too sick,
too thick,
you pick,
cue stick,
glue stick,
you stick,
boot hook,
you took,
blue silk,
blue tit,
boot hill,
fruit in,
fruit is,
group inc.,
hoof pick,
moot hill,
mule kick,
mute hill,
root in,
root is,
shoot him,
shoot it,
strewn thick,
suit him,
suit his,
suit in,
suit is,
too quick,
you click,
you picked,
you think,
you till,
boom stick,
boot disk,
broom stick,
coup stick,
fruit picked,
pool stick,
smooth stick,
threw sticks,
uht milk,
blue duck,
whew duck,
blue book,
blue buck,
crew neck,
ewe neck,
new book,
new look,
screw neck,
you check,
you look,
you suck,
blue fig,
clued in,
food in,
food is,
sued in,
too big,
too did,
viewed in,
viewed it,
you did,
blew lid,
bloom in,
blue chip,
blue fish,
blue pill,
blue ridge,
blue with,
boom in,
booth there,
choose his,
choose it


3 syllables:
acute in,
produce thick,
produced thick,
remove ticks,
review check,
pursued him,
pursued his,
pursued in,
renewed his,
renewed in,
reviewed here,
reviewed in,
a true bill,
abuse in,
abuse is,
accuse him,
as you were,
as you wish,
assume in,
assume it,
bedroom in


4 syllables:
absolute in,
absolute is,
molecule thick,
absolute risk


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