Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with decerpt:

2 syllables:
chief first,
stuff first,
was hurt,
can hurt,
douglas first,
douglas worked,
get hurt,
stress first,
ust urt,
has first,
has learnt,
has worked,
touches first,
twice served,
was burnt,
was cursed,
was first,
was worked,
blood burst,
blood first,
blood thirst,
bluff worked,
brother ernst,
brush first,
but first,
come first

3 syllables:
extra burst,
extra first,
advice first,
alice first,
alice worked,
arise first,
butter pat,
extra shirt,
mother hoped,
office first,
office worked,
unless first,
extra spurt,
brother bought,
butter boat,
mother bought,
office served,
office urged,
other but,
rubber boot,
unless urged,
added first,
become first,
begun first,
brother caught,
brother fought,
brother knight,
brother might,
brother right,
brother sought,
brother taught,
brother that,
brother thought,
brother white,
brother wright,
brother wrote,
buffer might,
butter fat,
butter nut,
clover root,
collar shirt,
collar tight,
collar white,
color caught,
color light,
color matte,
color might,
color right,
color shirt,
color that,
color white,
colour light,
colour might,
colour white,
commerce ought,
cover might

4 syllables:
officer caught,
officer foote,
officer might,
officer right,
officer sought,
officer that,
officer thought,
officer white,
officer wrote,
officers at,
officers ought,
officer at,
officer helped,
officer ought,
officer passed,
officer picked,
officer pushed,
officers hoped

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