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

2 syllables:
fa cup,
va cup,
cut ups,
blood cup,
flood depth,
but am,
but an,
but as,
but has,
but on,
but ten,
butt on,
ca resp,
cut as,
cut on,
get an,
get as,
get on,
get us,
put an,
put as,
put on,
put us,
run ups,
tut tut,
get the hump,
ta ta,
cheer up/,
dna chip,
u dub,
blood as,
blood assay,
blood has,
blood on,
mud hen,
mud hut,
ban on,
be a man,
ben nut,
break a leg,
brush on,
can an,
can as,
can on,
club has,
club on,
come as,
come on,
comme le,
comme un,
comme une,
con el,
con un,
crush on,
dam on,
dna was,
done an,
done as,
done on,
drug has,
dumb ass,
dutch chief,
gas as,
gas has,
gun on,
has an,
has as,
has on,
hsia men,
hung on,
hush hush,
jam on,
jan hus,
judge as,
judge has,
judge judge


3 syllables:
added depth,
extra depth,
abut on,
tea cup,
cut a tape,
eia tia,
acid as,
acid has,
acid on,
added an,
added as,
added on,
ended as,
ended on,
advice as,
advice on,
arise as,
arise on,
as much as,
become an,
become as,
become much,
begun as,
begun on


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