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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with published:

2 syllables:
can lift,
chief wished,
gas lift,
tongue licked,
was lit,
rub it,
blood cyst,
blood dripped,
blood guilt,
brush dipped,
can shift,
darum nicht,
dutch built,
dutch tilt,
has built,
has missed,
heute nicht,
rural shift,
stress shift,
sun kissed,
then picked,
tongue dipped,
truck picked,
u.s. mint,
was built,
was picked,
was shipped,
get hitched,
brush shift,
can fit,
can sit,
chalk pit,
chucks it,
comes it,
convey it,
das ist,
drum kit,
judged it,
loved it,
lump it,
ml kit,
must it,
punch list,
schon nicht,
struck flint,
thrush tit,
thrust it,
tongue flicked,
tongue slipped,
trust it,
was fit,
was linked,
sub let,
up it,
but it,
can hit,
can it,
come it,
cut it,
done it,
flung it,
flush it


3 syllables:
publish it,
office wished,
uncle wished,
accom plished,
public at,
public ought,
publish short,
alice picked,
alum schist,
asses kicked,
extra twist,
office built,
urban built,
urban shift,
become linked,
brother wished,
buddy list,
conduct it,
extent it,
extra shift,
mother wished,
muslim might,
office lists,
plunger lift,
result it,
russia wished,
thumb a lift,
unless linked,
estab lished,
supply it,
double dipped,
double guilt,
double shift,
excel lists


4 syllables:
establ ished,
republic ought,
officer wished,
extra-base hit


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