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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with to a t:

2 syllables:
do but,
do get,
do let,
do nut,
go but,
go get,
low but,
low cut,
no. but,
now but,
now get,
now let,
now put,
slow but,
so but,
so get,
so let,
so put,
who but,
who cut,
who get,
who let,
who put,
blow it,
do it,
go it,
how it,
no. it,
no hit,
now it,
owe it,
so it,
throw it,
who it,
blow on,
blow up,
co op,
co une,
do an,
do as,
do on,
do up,
do us,
flow as,
flow on,
go as,
go on,
go up,
grow as,
grow on,
grow op,
grow up,
ho hum,
how am,
how an,
how has,
how on,
ko hung,
low as,
low on,
no op,
now an,
now as,
now has,
now on,
plow up,
pro am,
row on,
slow as,
slow up,
so am,
so an,
so as,
so has,
so on,
throw on,
throw up,
two as,
two on,
two up,
who am,
who as,
who has,
who on,
do just,
does get,
does nut,
go bust,
go nuts,
goat nut,
home but,
known but,
knows but


3 syllables:
lower hutt,
unto it,
unto us,
above but,
alone but,
go on at,
i o u


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