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

2 syllables:
bourbon court,
chief court,
del norte,
deuce court,
dutch court,
gun port,
heian court,
judge court,
rural court,
some sort,
such court,
such sort,
suche sorte,
u.s. court,
was sort,
young court,
but thought,
front court,
get caught,
la mort,
la porte,
chief walked,
judge walked,
man walked,
mette hjort,
then walked,
was soft,
but part,
butt shaft,
cette sorte,
blood caught,
blood coursed,
blood forced,
blood sport,
bud sport,
but george,
but lord,
bharat forge,
bourbon courts,
chief courts,
chief ports,
chief sport,
chief thought,
chuck thought,
douglas thought,
dutch courts,
dutch forts,
dutch fought,
dutch ports,
dutch sought,
dutch thought,
get yours,
gun ports,
gut course,
has caught,
has forced,
has fought,
has sought,
has taught,
has thought,
judge courts,
judge thought,
just walked,
knoll shores,
men thought,
much sought,
much thought,
put forth,
quelque sorte

3 syllables:
office court,
unless court,
urban court,
adult court,
ala cort,
of a sort,
quiet court,
acid salt,
alice walked,
enoch walked,
uncle talked,
uncle walked,
objet dart,
added thought,
ireland court,
orange court,
sudder court,
alice thought,
allan thought,
become caught,
become warped,
duchy court,
entrance court,
hughes court,
major court,
office thought,
other court,
other sort,
quebec court

4 syllables:
equity court,
assyrian court

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