Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with clip art:

2 syllables:
chick heart,
his heart,
in heart,
near heart,
quick heart,
this heart,
with heart,
being part,
big part,
bit part,
drip pot,
flip chart,
his part,
if part,
in part,
is part,
it part,
strip chart,
this part,
were part,
which part,
with part,
him most,
his host,
still locked,
click chart,
ear rot,
fierce heart,
filled heart,
his hot,
in hot,
in not,
is hot,
its heart,
lymph heart,
pin knot,
shit hot,
sized heart,
skin popped,
sling cart,
smith chart,
still hot,
this chart,
this hot,
were hot,
wicked heart,
with hot,
bit parts,
bring parts,
chip shot,
fifth part,
fish pot,
in parts,
its part,
quick parts,
slip knot,
split parts,
still parked,
string parts,
strip charts,
switch parts,
there parts,
thick parts,
this spot,
tin pot,
touching parts,
trim pot,
trips start,
which parts,
whip smart,
with parts,
blood heart,
bret harte,
brick court,
dead heart,
fresh heart

3 syllables:
aching heart,
virgin heart,
aching hearts,
bigger heart,
bitter heart,
boyish heart,
dying heart,
fiery heart,
glowing heart,
inner heart,
jewish heart,
liver heart,
silly heart,
their heart,
adding parts,
clear heart,
clear parts,
inner part,
their part,
a la carte,
assess heart

4 syllables:
unselfish heart,
embittered heart,
violin parts

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