Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with butt shaft:

2 syllables:
but last,
get past,
but that,
but what,
cut that,
get that,
get what,
let that,
pet cat,
put that,
strut graft,
blood passed,
but at,
crush hat,
cut at,
get at,
put at,
brush past,
can last,
chief passed,
flush passed,
has cast,
has passed,
jam packed,
judge passed,
judge rapped,
lungs ached,
must act,
puff paste,
ran past,
run past,
stuff packed,
such vast,
then passed,
tongue lapped,
truck backed,
truck crashed,
truck packed,
truck passed,
twice passed,
was backed,
was cast,
was fast,
was last,
was matched,
was packed,
was passed,
was past,
was wrapped,
when last,
but short,
cut short,
blood that,
lunch at,
mud cat,
such act,
beg that,
blood trapped,
can act,
can that,
club that,
clutched at,
come that,
come what,
comes at,
depth at,
done that,
done what,
drug that,
duck ant,
duck fat,
dural graft,
front at,
front passed,
gas that,
gun that,
guns at,
has that

3 syllables:
asset backed,
office staffed,
acid fast,
allah grant,
extra grant,
extra plant,
office passed,
uncle passed,
unless backed,
unless passed,
acid that,
added that,
office draft,
advice that,
become that,
become trapped,
become what,
becomes at,
conduct at,
extent at,
extent passed,
get back at

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