Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with acquirement:

2 syllables:
fly front,
life must,
line must,
right shunt,
wild hunt,
wire nut,
snipe hunt,
time must,
bile duct,
eye crust,
high flushed,
knife tucked,
lies just,
might just,
might trust,
night rushed,
quite trust,
thigh brushed,
time just,
white rust,
write dept.,
chile nut,
child must,
eyes but,
eyes front,
eyes shut,
fine cut,
give but,
life but,
light but,
line but,
line cut,
might get,
might put,
mind must,
night but,
price cut,
price front,
quite blunt,
right but,
right front,
right shunts,
side but,
side cut,
size but,
slight but,
style front,
tight assed,
time but,
white currant,
white front,
white parent,
wide cut,
fly nut,
pine nut,
five men,
flight sergeant,
high but,
hype man,
like man,
like men,
nice man,
nine men,
prime sergeant,
right man,
while men,
white man,
white men,
wire gun,
wise man,
wise men,
case must,
eyes went,
life rent,
life went,
light scent,
place must,
right scent,
slight scent

3 syllables:
divine parent,
empire trust,
provide parent,
writer must,
empire meant,
pinon nut,
driven at,
driven out,
irish punt,
philemon wright,
rewrite man,
strike a note,
weizmann wrote,
chiefly spent,
empire built,
empire looked

4 syllables:
retirement at,
entire front,
retirement to,
excitement at

5 syllables:
monophosphate shunt

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