Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with air duct:

2 syllables:
breath sucked,
care must,
hell dust,
press dept.,
bare assed,
hair cut,
rare but,
sweat ducts,
breath puffed,
breath rushed,
death must,
glenn shunt,
step parent,
them just,
blair looked,
chair looked,
claire looked,
clare looked,
bare trust,
heads tucked,
share trust,
where trust,
bread nut,
cette lutte,
check nut,
dead but,
death but,
death put,
fresh cut,
friend rushed,
head but,
head butt,
health dept.,
pressure must,
step cut,
them but,
them get,
them must,
them put,
well but,
well get,
well put,
yet but,
jared looked,
breast ducts,
dared trust,
end but,
flared up,
neckar nut,
paired up,
shared an,
shared trust,
stared up,
chair tipped,
ear tuft,
glare test,
thumb tucked,
beer bust,
being sucked,
blood sucked

3 syllables:
fairy dust,
address dept.,
brenda thought,
collect dust,
defense dept.,
ferret out,
hero cult,
pretty fucked,
serra wrote,
smelled a rat,
their just,
compared it,
brenda asked,
brenda looked,
credit at,
credit ought,
edit out,
edith thought,
era that,
headed out,
meredith thought,
para nut,
pedal height,
prepared an,
prepared as,
prepared crust,
prepared on,
seldom caught,
serum might,
ahead looked

4 syllables:
agenda might,
attended eight,
cigarette butt,
defended it,
offended at,
professor dept.,
derrida might

5 syllables:
salivary ducts,
peritoneal shunt,
necessary but

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