Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with excitement:

2 syllables:
right shunt,
fly front,
life must,
line must,
might just,
might trust,
night rushed,
quite trust,
white rust,
wild hunt,
write dept.,
light but,
might get,
might put,
night but,
quite blunt,
right but,
right front,
right shunts,
slight but,
snipe hunt,
tight assed,
time must,
white currant,
white front,
white parent,
right man,
white man,
white men,
bile duct,
eye crust,
high flushed,
knife tucked,
lies just,
thigh brushed,
time just,
light scent,
right scent,
slight scent,
state must,
child must,
chile nut,
mind must,
side but,
side cut,
wide cut,
wire nut,
bite the dust,
eyes but,
eyes front,
eyes shut,
fine cut,
give but,
life but,
light crust,
light lunch,
light mulch,
line but,
line cut,
might convey,
might thrust,
night lunch,
price cut,
price front,
quite crushed,
quite flushed,
right punch,
size but,
style front,
tight bunch,
time but,
white crust,
fly tent,
light meant,
might mount,
night meant,
right meant,
fly nut,
pine nut,
bright sun,
bright tunes

3 syllables:
writer must,
rewrite man,
provide parent,
define trust,
divine parent,
divine trust,
empire trust,
quiet trust,
pinon nut,
buy to let,
city but,
driven at,
driven out,
eilert sundt

4 syllables:
entire front,
entire trust,
delighted at,
delightful night

5 syllables:
monophosphate shunt

Some other possibilities:

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