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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with nootka:

2 syllables:
boot cut,
fruit cup,
hoop la,
oom pah,
food can,
boo ya,
boo yah,
boot leg,
boots on,
chew the cud,
fruit twice,
fruit was,
fuel can,
group a,
group can,
ou la,
pooh bah,
roots on,
roots up,
rule 144a,
rule can,
school can,
shoot twice,
shoots up,
soon come,
soul can,
suit was,
truth can,
use can,
boot up,
cmu cl,
crew cut,
few can,
fruit comes,
fruit crush,
fruit cups,
fruit on,
hoo ha,
hoo hah,
root on,
root up,
shoot cuffs,
shoot up,
suit on,
suit up,
too can,
view can,
you can,
you come,
you cut,
food but,
food was,
food when,
foods as,
freud was,
fuel gas,
new drug,
shrewd judge,
shrewd young,
soon get,
blue blood,
blue stem,
blue thrush,
boost up,
booze bus,
boozed up,
chew the rag,
choose young,
cooped up,
drew blood,
duke was,
fuel was,
gnu fdl,
goose tongue,
group but,
group chief,
group was,
group when,
grouped as,
groups as,
groups has


3 syllables:
acute judge,
astute judge,
astute young,
recruit young,
toute la,
harpoon gun,
abuse was,
approved as,
approved on,
assumed an,
assumed as,
assumes an,
bedroom was,
confused as


4 syllables:
absolute dud,
absolute judge,
resolute young,
absolute as,
computer can


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