Word:   
Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with overt:

2 syllables:
do dirt,
to hurt,
cloth shirt,
go first,
no first,
now first,
phoebe hearst,
pro verb,
throat hurts,
to burst,
to first,
two first,
who first,
who worked,
would hurt,
drove first,
drove her,
do bird,
no word,
one heard,
phoebe bird,
to third,
beaux jours,
bone earth,
do work,
glow worm,
gross earth,
known earth,
low birth,
low church,
no church,
no firm,
no work,
no worse,
now turn,
pro birth,
slow burn,
slow worm,
so firm,
to burn,
to church,
to curb,
to learn,
to merge,
to nurse,
to search,
to serve,
to term,
to turn,
to work,
who learn,
who serve,
who turn,
who work,
whole earth,
woe worth,
chou vert,
drove eight,
drove it,
drove out,
have hurt,
no vote,
to vote,
drove herds,
pharaoh heard,
who heard


3 syllables:
over at,
over eight,
over it,
above earth,
above verse,
bowler hat,
owner ought,
solar heat,
above first,
above her,
lower eight,
lower height,
lower hutt,
over bite,
over its,
over night,
over that,
over weight,
over what,
alone heard,
cologne earth,
above eight,
above it,
go over to,
over to,
above third,
over head,
above curve,
above serve,
alone first,
alone worked,
approach first


4 syllables:
aloha shirt


5 syllables:
moreover it


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See overt used in context: 7 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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