Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with magot:

2 syllables:
cat gut,
drag hunt,
shall get,
that get,
back but,
black butte,
had cut,
that cut,
bag on,
bag up,
cap nut,
class but,
drag ass,
drag on,
drag up,
drap dete,
flag on,
flag up,
had but,
had let,
had put,
had shut,
palm nut,
rat assed,
shall put,
tag on,
tag up,
than let,
that but,
that let,
that put,
and get,
drag bunt,
flag smut,
back it,
draw cut,
rock cut,
add it,
at it,
bad debt,
bad it,
cache hit,
catch it,
dash it,
glad it,
had hit,
had it,
hang it,
job but,
know but,
law but,
pass it,
plan it,
sang it,
scratch hit,
shall it,
smash hit,
than it,
that hit,
that it,
though but,
what it,
wrap it,
back an,
back as,
back on,
back up,
black as,
black ice,
black on,
crack on,
crack up,
hack on,
hack up,
jack ass,
jack up,
pack ice,
pack on,
pack up,
plaque assay,
rack up,
sack up,
shack up,
slack up,
stack up,
tack on,
tack up,
track on,
track up,
add an

3 syllables:
attack it,
enough but,
attack as,
attack on,
attack us,
abram man

4 syllables:
really get,
abraham man

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