Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cut price:

2 syllables:
puffed rice,
chief prize,
chief pride,
dutch prime,
let drive,
parent rights,
some nice,
sub prime,
twice prime,
was nice,
was vice,
young prime,
youthful pride,
youthful prime,
blood rites,
kleist prize,
but right,
cum rights,
douglas writes,
get right,
judge writes,
jural rights,
let ride,
nut pine,
put right,
spousal rights,
such rights,
up right,
young writes,
youngest prime,
bit slice,
blood cries,
can place,
can trace,
chief place,
fearsome place,
french rice,
rural place,
some place,
such place,
then place,
youthful grace,
blood cried,
blood tribe,
front pipes,
mtdna types,
must rise,
pluck bright,
plump thighs,
was bright,
young bride,
youthful bride

3 syllables:
extra spice,
added spice,
adult rights,
become prime,
extra slice,
david pryce,
greater prize,
asset write,
byron preiss,
cutting rights,
fetal rights,
fully priced,
greater pride,
quiet pride,
retain rights,
setoff rights,
urban rights,
added grace,
albion place,
hotel meurice,
office place,
urban place,
asset types,
become bright,
extra rights,
greater rights,
in a trice,
products priced,
put to rights,
sutro heights

4 syllables:
equity rights

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