Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lettuce:

2 syllables:
fresh shoots,
hair mousse,
ware goose,
where roots,
brent goose,
sweat suits,
wet suits,
yet too,
bare root,
hair root,
spare room,
armed threats,
bet is,
cut loose,
debt is,
foot loose,
get loose,
let loose,
met his,
net is,
set his,
set is,
sweat house,
threat is,
yet his,
yet is,
sweat oozed,
air tool,
air tube,
chest tube,
death suits,
dress suits,
edge tool,
egg tooth,
flare loops,
fresh roots,
jet fuel,
shell roofs,
sweat room,
sweat suit,
test tube,
wedge tomb,
wet suit,
bet you,
blessed truths,
czech troops,
debt due,
et du,
felt too,
fresh troops,
helped choose,
met you,
pressed suits,
pressed troops,
set you,
spare troops,
them too,
went too,
where troops,
wrenched loose,
yet few,
yet you

3 syllables:
menu is,
better choose,
percent choose,
pretty loose,
prevent loose,
select choose,
addressed his,
rosette assay,
janet louise,
cabell bruce,
jesuit house,
never choose,
prevent tooth,
schedule is,
their roots,
better suits,
collect troops,
direct reuse,
erect shoots,
expect too,
express truths,
getting loose,
letting loose,
metal hoops,
metal loops,
object reuse,
percent boost,
prevent troops,
select troops,
setting loose,
subjects choose,
upset you

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Book See lettuce used in context: 38 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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