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

7 letters:
by just,
die cut


8 letters:
my trust,
eat dust,
my front,
see just,
why must,
they cut,
been but,
been cut,
been let,
been put,
need but,
seen but


9 letters:
leaf rust,
been just,
each must,
by christ,
team must,
they just,
they must,
my breast,
beech nut,
been shut,
brief but,
clean cut,
cream nut,
dean rusk,
eats dust,
field hut,
areas but,
ideas but,
sea front


10 letters:
they trust,
wheat rust,
these must,
by parents,
cheese vat,
field must,
means must,
my parents,
needs must,
please let


11 letters:
three front,
been thrust,
greek front,
pious trust,
steel trust,
they rushed,
wheat rusts,
beach front,
diese leute,
each parent,
green front,
my youngest,
peace front,
rhine front,
steel front,
steep front,
oasdi trust,
dry as dust,
equal light,
leader must,
machine cut,
reader must


12 letters:
street trust,
surely trust,
been crushed,
marine trust,
please trust,
knees tucked,
creek schist,
they pressed,
breeze front,
pious parent,
street front,
dieter rucht,
equal height,
teacher must,
mitsui trust


13 letters:
stream rushed,
cheek brushed,
seemed hushed,
stream gushed,
cheek flushed,
cheeks puffed,
teeth brushed,
relief rushed,
college trust,
receive trust,
supreme trust,
college dept.,
chinese front,
extreme front


14 letters:
breeze brushed,
complete trust,
employee trust,
as dry as dust,
employees must,
procedure must



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