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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with inapt:

2 syllables:
him must,
deer hunt,
still hunt,
there rushed,
witch hunt,
chin ups,
his hut,
in just,
mich. dept.,
will let,
chin up,
in. but,
in but,
in up,
king nut,
pin up,
skin up,
spin up,
wing nut,
being just,
being rushed,
being sucked,
here must,
him just,
it must,
king must,
spring gushed,
still must,
there must,
thing must,
this must,
which must,
will must,
beer bust,
big ups,
brick dust,
did just,
ear tuft,
fill ups,
here just,
his just,
if just,
is just,
it just


3 syllables:
finite height,
in a light,
pit a pat,
image at,
image height,
limit it,
bristle at,
chicken out,
dishes out,
fitted out,
fizzle out,
given at,
given eight,
given height,
given it,
given night,
given out,
is on at,
kitted out,
little at,
little late,
little light,
little out,
middle eight,
middle height,
middle light,
misses out,
mission at,
nibble at,
nissen hut,
parisian haute,
parisian night


4 syllables:
addition it,
admitted at,
admitted it,
alicia thought,
commission at,
commission ought,
condition at,
condition it,
condition ought,
condition out,
coquilla nut,
decision at,
decision height,
decision not,
decision ought,
division at,
division ought,
exhibit at,
origin at,
permitted it,
petition ought


5 syllables:
algorithm might,
communism might,
definition ought


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