Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with fetch up:

5 letters:
et al,
et en,
et l',
et le,
et un

6 letters:
fa cup,
va cup,
air as,
air on,
bet on,
egg on,
err on,
et une,
met an,
met as,
met on,
met us

7 letters:
egg cup,
set ups,
edge on,
air has,
bear an,
bear on,
beth el,
care as,
care on,
cell as,
dead as,
dead on,
debt as,
debt on,
fair as,
fell as,
fell on,
hair as,
hair on,
head as,
head on,
hell on,
lead an,
lead as,
lead on,
lead us,
neck as,
net ton,
para el,
rare as,
tea cup

8 letters:
fresh as,
bare ass,
bear hug,
bless us,
care has,
cell has,
chair as,
chair on,
check on,
death as,
death on,
debt has,
dwell on,
head has,
press as,
press on,
ahead as,
ahead on,
hotel on

9 letters:
check ups,
death cup,
flare ups,
heads up/,
press ups,
cheer up/,
breath as,
breath on,
cell lung,
dead duck,
death has,
glare ice,
heath hen,
press has,
compel us,
hotel has

10 letters:
dressed as,
claret cup,
as well as,
express an,
possess an

11 letters:
tread depth,
delle acque,
nelle acque,
alain juppe,
progress as,
progress on

12 letters:
thread depth,
addressed as,
possess some,
possess such,
progress has

13 letters:
rosette assay

Some other possibilities:

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