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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with jump cut:

6 letters:
up but


7 letters:
can put,
man put,
but put,
has put,
jam nut,
put put,
was put,
can but,
can get,
man but,
men but,
men get,
but get,
can let,
has but,
sub let,
tan vat,
was but,
but let,
has let,
lug nut,
was let,
him put,
lump it,
ben nut,
bump up,
dump on,
mud hut,
nem con,
pump up,
tut tut,
up just


8 letters:
some but,
then put,
when put,
thus put,
junk vat,
just get,
must get,
just let,
just put,
must let,
must put,
done but,
then but,
then get,
love but,
much but,
pump gun,
then let,
dumps on,
get shut,
jumps on,
lump sum,
pumps up,
rush nut,
sump men,
was shut,
drum kit,
them put,
nem. con,
plump up,
some can,
stump up,
trump up,
help get,
help but


9 letters:
bien cuit,
putt putt,
thumb nut,
bumped up,
dumped on,
jumped on,
jumped up,
pumped up,
stumps up,
come come,
stem rust,
can trust


10 letters:
trumped up,
office but,
bust a gut


11 letters:
crumb crust,
plump young,
crumb brush


12 letters:
tarun bharat,
young parent,
dutch parent,
some parents,
thumb tucked,
irate parent,
become blood


13 letters:
thumb brushed,
comme faisant,
thumbs tucked


14 letters:
tongue brushed,
become parents,
consumption at


17 letters:
presumption ought


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