Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with incipit:

3 syllables:
since input,
in tibet,
in spirit,
its input,
print input,
spring visit,
arris fillet,
big ticket,
fish fillet,
his spirit,
his visit,
hit wicket,
is finite,
mid wicket,
paris visit,
pill willet,
quick visit,
still visit,
this limit,
this minute,
this spirit,
this visit,
which limit,
will visit,
with finite,
with minute,
crisp input,
fierce spirit,
freer spirit,
hits wicket,
in civil,
in minutes,
its limit,
its spirit,
quick spirit,
ships visit,
since civil,
since simon,
stick skillet,
will limit,
with spirit,
string input,
fixed input,
in simple,
in the spirit,
since simple,
switch input,
winged spirit,
with input,
string puppet,
being cited,
can limit,
can visit,
non finite,
stick puppet,
things finite,
being the limit,
being tickets,
bring civil,
smith cited,
there cited,
were cited

4 syllables:
berlin visit,
benign spirit,
inner tibet,
inner limit,
nonstick skillet,
sungei siput,
device input,
finite input,
inner spirit,
linear input,
minute input,
mixer input,
sincere about,
doing picket,
finger millet,
flying picket,
flying visit,
thinking ahout,
visit tibet

5 syllables:
unselfish spirit,
convincing about,
nonlinear input

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