Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with limit:

2 syllables:
his hut,
will let,
him but,
him get,
him must,
him put,
being but,
being cut,
being put,
being shut,
in. but,
in but,
king nut,
king tut,
thing but,
wing nut,
beer gut,
climb on,
climb up,
deer hunt,
did but,
did get,
here but,
here let,
him an,
him as,
him has,
him much,
him on,
him up,
his pet,
if but,
is but,
is cut,
is let,
is put,
is shut,
it but,
it cut,
it get,
it put,
it shut,
kick butt,
prim up,
still get,
still hunt,
there but,
there rushed,
this but,
this put,
trip let,
were but,
were cut,
were let,
were put,
were shut,
which but,
which cut,
which put,
will but,
will cut,
will get,
will put,
witch hunt,
with but,
year but,
here must,
him just,
it must,
king must,
still must,
there must,
thing must,
this must,
which must,
will must,
being hit,
ben nut,
bring it,
in. it,
in it,
in net,
king hit,
roughing it,
sing it,
thing it,
touching it,
win it,
wing it,
be with it,
did it,
dig it,
ere it,
fear it

3 syllables:
clear but,
clear cut,
image at,
image height,
admit it

Some other possibilities:

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