Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bankrupt:

2 syllables:
black crust,
black currant,
black rust,
frank jumped,
black front,
black parent,
class parent,
crack front,
flax rust,
glass front,
shall thrust,
shall trust,
squat thrust,
had crept,
thank christ,
canned crushed,
hand cruft,
frank luntz,
glass crunched,
had rushed,
mass. dept.,
staff rushed,
that trust,
and just,
and must,
back but,
bank run,
be tanked up,
black butte,
black currants,
cranked up,
had cut,
land must,
tanked up,
tanks crushed,
that cut,
act must,
brown crust,
conn. courant,
fact must,
sacks stuffed,
at christ,
blast ripped,
frank looked,
frank picked,
frank pushed,
mouth crushed,
shall christ,
strong front,
strong parent,
strong thrust,
strong trust,
that christ,
what christ,
and but,
and cut,
and get,
and let,
and put,
and shut,
and trust,
bank up,
branch cut,
canned hunt,
crank up,
drag bunt,
drank up,
frank loved,
grand front,
grand parent,
hand but,
hands cupped,
hands rushed,
lance sergeant,
lance thrust,
land but,
land trust,
palms cupped,
plan must

3 syllables:
finance dept.,
blanket tucked,
cracker crust,
shallow crust,
thanks a lot,
anger rushed,
ankle height,
blanket tight,
having crushed,
along front,
along thrust,
enhance trust,
finance trust,
language at,
language it,
language ought,
planar front,
planning dept.

4 syllables:
alaska dept.,
sialic crust

5 syllables:
alexandra thought

Some other possibilities:

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Book See bankrupt used in context: 5 rhymes, 12 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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