Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with agreement:

2 syllables:
team must,
they must,
why must,
by just,
see just,
they just,
they rushed,
beach hut,
by but,
die cut,
each must,
my front,
see but,
seemed hushed,
stream gushed,
stream rushed,
these must,
they but,
they cut,
they get,
they let,
they put,
three front,
viele leute,
by man,
by men,
cream nut,
dream on,
free man,
free men,
my man,
my men,
see men,
seem an,
team on,
three men,
very man,
very men,
why men,
by dint,
dry pint,
dry rent,
my tent,
steam hissed,
surely missed,
they missed,
they sent,
they went,
been just,
fee fund,
they jumped

3 syllables:
ubi sunt,
freeman ought,
schema might,
beaten it,
beaten out,
dika nut,
eaten at,
eaten out,
even at,
even out,
reason at,
reason it,
reason not,
reason ought,
reason out,
region at,
region ought,
season at,
sleep on it,
extreme front,
freeman might,
freeman notes,
freeman wrote,
prima paint,
shea nut,
china might,
china bought,
china fought,
china hoped,
china jute,
china light,
china right,
china root,
china sought,
china that,
china thought,
china white,
freedom at,
freedom might,
freedom ought,
marina thought,
theorem might,
villa mattei,
college dept.,
complete trust

4 syllables:
area must,
employee must,
charina bottae,
rhodesia might

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