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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with scripted:

2 syllables:
big bud,
in bud,
limb bud,
with mud,
glib tongued,
being tuned,
in a.d.,
is tuned,
ripped up,
shrill tongued,
slipped on,
slipped up,
string tuned,
tripped up,
whipped ass,
whipped up,
dripped blood,
split tongued,
chris stood,
clip lead,
flip lid,
his stead,
paris stood,
press stud,
print head,
bring blood,
chill blood,
his blood,
ill blood,
in blood,
king tut,
pouring blood,
prick blood,
quick blood,
spill blood,
spit blood,
stick blood,
there blood,
thick blood,
this blood,
touching blood,
trip let,
which blood,
with blood,
being judged,
being loved,
being rubbed,
being shoved,
big ten,
built an,
built as,
built on,
built up,
chewing the cud,
christ as,
christ has,
christ on,
dear loved,
drift ice,
ear buds,
him ten,
his ten,
his tongue,
ill judged,
in flood,
in ten,
is judged,
is loved,
is stuck,
is ten,
kicked ass,
kicked up,
lift up,
lips as,
list as,
list has,
list on,
picked on,
picked up,
piked on,
pissed on,
pissed up,
print on,
quick tongue,
rip van,
rips up,
shift assay,
ship was,
ships as,
ships on


3 syllables:
clear blood,
until blood,
virgin blood,
assist us,
conflict as,
conflict has,
conflict on,
equip young,
exist as,
exist on


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