Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bit part:

2 syllables:
its art,
its heart,
clip art,
split parts,
click chart,
fierce heart,
filled heart,
flip chart,
it cost,
it lost,
it most,
its host,
lymph heart,
sized heart,
skin popped,
sling cart,
smith chart,
strip chart,
this chart,
wicked heart,
bring parts,
chick heart,
fish pot,
his art,
his heart,
in art,
in heart,
in parts,
is art,
it got,
it marked,
it not,
its start,
near heart,
print chart,
quick heart,
quick parts,
split shot,
still parked,
string parts,
switch parts,
there parts,
thick parts,
this art,
this heart,
this spot,
tin pot,
touching parts,
trim pot,
which art,
which parts,
with art,
with heart,
with parts,
built parts,
did most,
did want,
drip pot,
its parts,
pint pot,
shit hot,
squid giant,
being knocked,
being locked,
being lost,
being most,
being shocked,
being tossed,
being washed,
being watched,
chris stopped,
chris watched,
his lost,
his most,
his want,
if most,
in cost,
in most,
in want,
is locked,
is lost,
is most,
is stopped,
is washed

3 syllables:
aching heart,
adding parts,
little heart,
moritz arndt,
virgin heart,
without heart,
bitter heart,
quinta parte,
rebuilt parts,
reprint parts,
adding chopped,
appear shocked,
benign giant,
caliche topped

4 syllables:
unselfish heart,
violin parts

Some other possibilities:

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