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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with entoproct:

2 syllables:
blood rushed,
blood sucked,
bus duct,
fen sucked,
stem rust,
thumb tucked,
up just,
dutch parent,
up but,
up front,
young parent,
blood gushed,
blood lust,
but just,
but must,
can just,
chalk dust,
deus vult,
done just,
drug bust,
has just,
judge must,
love must,
man just,
man must,
men must,
non vult,
then just,
then must,
u.s. dept.,
was just,
step parent,
was wrecked,
sub let,
thumb brushed,
tongue brushed,
bien cuit,
brush cut,
but get,
but let,
but put,
buzz cut,
can but,
can cut,
can get,
can let,
can put,
can trust,
chief thrust,
crumb crust,
dept. dept.,
done but,
get shut,
has but,
has cut,
has let,
has put,
jam nut,
love but,
lug nut,
man but,
man put,
men but,
men get,
much but,
must trust,
plugged ducts,
put put,
putt putt,
rush nut,
skull crushed,
some but,
spousal trust,
tan vat,
then but,
then cut,
then get,
then let,
then put,
thumb nut,
thumbs tucked,
thus put,
tongue thrust

3 syllables:
extra thrust,
irate parent,
office dept.,
acid dust,
added thrust,
arras front,
brother rushed,
color rushed,
colour rushed,
money tucked,
mother rushed,
mother tucked,
office but,
office receipt,
quiet trust,
sea front

4 syllables:
officer rushed

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