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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with extinguished:

2 syllables:
being switched,
prince wished,
bring grist,
bring swift,
christ wished,
being whipped,
bring guilt,
it wished,
smith wished,
still wished,
bring christ,
pink tipped,
think christ,
being tricked,
chill gripped,
kings built,
queer twist,
quick twist,
still gripped,
things built,
things picked,
wicked wicked,
being kicked,
being kissed,
in gift,
is switched,
shrink fit,
thick quilt,
think fit,
thinks it,
being built,
being missed,
being picked,
being ripped,
being shipped,
bridge whist,
his gift,
his guilt,
singh built,
swing shift,
thing built,
things whilst,
this gift,
this wicked,
with gilt,
with guilt,
spring gushed,
drink it,
in christ,
think it,
bring gifts,
brings it,
fringe shift,
his wit,
if christ,
in print,
is christ,
limp wrist,
since built,
there christ,
things it,
this script,
which christ,
wings it,
with christ,
being crushed,
build built,
built built,
christ built


3 syllables:
english at,
english ought,
asking christ,
finger twitched,
fingers itched,
admit guilt,
bishop wished,
philip wished,
until guilt,
lincoln wished,
english but,
english fought,
english heart,
english knight,
english light,
english might,
english right,
english short,
english taught,
english that,
english thought,
english wheat,
english white,
english yacht,
fulfill christ,
gnawing guilt,
playing whist,
until christ,
admits guilt


4 syllables:
commission wished,
committee wished


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