Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with aggregates:

2 syllables:
tut tuts,
cut ups,
run ups,
blood assay,
dumb ass,
get us,
jan hus,
let us,
love us,
put us,
youthful lusts,
plugged ducts,
big ups,
blood debts,
but its,
cut its,
done its,
get its,
has its,
put its,
run its,
then its,
thus its,
twice its,
up its,
was its,
when its,
won its,
blood pulse,
flood pulse,
non obst,
punch ups,
stress pulse,
young bucks,
young ducks,
young jewess,
beer guts,
big ass,
drug is,
leg is,
man gets,
drug has,
ben nut

3 syllables:
extra bucks,
budget is,
comet assay,
struggle is,
become its,
unless its,
uses its,
beautiful house,
beautiful is,
become monks,
brazil is,
britain is,
button is,
canal house,
canal is,
capel house,
chapel house,
chapel is,
couple is,
cover ups,
cullen house,
detain us,
double house,
duchesse lace,
famous house,
fetus is,
frazil ice,
genus is,
genus sus,
helen house,
jesus is,
lovell house,
maratha horse,
muscle is,
prussian house,
retain his,
russell house,
russian house,
sea ducks,
seton house,
sheridan house,
sutton house,
tribal house,
trouble is,
tunnel is,
una voce,
venus is,
was a mass,
extra gifts,
a leg up,
acid dust,
beautiful lights,
below us,
buddha is

4 syllables:
arusha peace,
accurate assay,
areca nuts

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