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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with moonlit:

2 syllables:
rule it,
soon it,
flute bit,
hoofs it,
moved it,
moves it,
proved it,
root kit,
tool bit,
used it,
choose it,
loose lipped,
move it,
prove it,
shoot it,
truth it,
tu whit,
use it,
viewed it,
you sit,
blew it,
blue list,
drew it,
knew it,
screw it,
threw it,
true it,
view it,
you hit,
you it,
coon foot,
soon get,
soon put,
plume tipped,
blue print,
freud built,
fruit picked,
fruit shipped,
group built,
group wished,
loose wrist,
mules hitched,
prove guilt,
proved its,
prune whip,
school built,
school dist,
shoes kicked,
shoot the shit,
smooth shift,
soon there,
soon will,
spoon which


3 syllables:
assumed it,
approved it,
produced it,
reduced it,
refused it,
removed it,
assume it,
produce it,
reduce it,
refuse it,
remove it,
you name it,
review it,
assume guilt,
resumed its,
balloon being,
balloon fish,
balloon which,
cartoon which,
cocoon which,
commune there,
commune which,
commune with,
hoofing it,
lacunae which,
lagoon which,
moving it,
platoon which,
produce guilt,
produce shipped,
produced its,
reduce guilt,
reduced its,
remove shift,
saloon there,
saloon which


4 syllables:
assuming it,
as you like it,
conclusion it,
producing it,
reducing it


5 syllables:
spermatozoon which


Some other possibilities:

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