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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pie crust:

2 syllables:
leaf rust,
my trust,
street trust,
surely trust,
they trust,
wheat rust,
been just,
each must,
eat dust,
my front,
stream rushed,
these must,
three front,
by christ,
been crushed,
been thrust,
by just,
cheek brushed,
greek front,
marine trust,
pious trust,
please trust,
see just,
steel trust,
team must,
they just,
they must,
they rushed,
wheat rusts,
why must,
die cut,
they cut,
knees tucked,
seemed hushed,
stream gushed,
creek schist,
my breast,
they pressed,
beach front,
beech nut,
been but,
been cut,
been let,
been put,
been shut,
breeze brushed,
breeze front,
brief but,
by parents,
cheek flushed,
cheeks puffed,
cheese vat,
clean cut,
cream nut,
dean rusk,
diese leute,
each parent,
eats dust,
field hut,
field must,
green front,
means must,
my parents,
my youngest,
need but,
needs must,
peace front,
pious parent,
please let,
rhine front,
seen but,
steel front,
steep front,
street front,
teeth brushed

3 syllables:
complete trust,
oasdi trust,
relief rushed,
college trust,
receive trust,
supreme trust,
college dept.,
areas but,
chinese front,
dieter rucht,
dry as dust,
equal height,
equal light,
extreme front,
ideas but,
leader must,
machine cut,
reader must,
sea front,
teacher must

4 syllables:
employee trust,
mitsui trust,
as dry as dust,
employees must,
procedure must

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