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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with redundant:

7 letters:
can but,
can cut,
can get,
can let,
can put,
man but,
man put,
men but,
men get,
tan vat,
ben nut,
mud hut,
van den,
von den,
up just,
jam nut,
but get,
but let,
but put,
has but,
has cut,
has let,
has put


8 letters:
bus duct,
can just,
man just,
man must,
men must,
non vult,
done but,
then but,
then cut,
then get,
then let,
then put,
when cut,
when put,
but just,
but must,
has just,
was just,
man went,
men went,
sun went,
ten cent,
some but,
buzz cut,
fun runs,
get shut


9 letters:
done just,
then just,
then must,
bien cuit,
stem rust,
when done,
deus vult,
drug bust,
love must,
then sent,
then went,
can trust,
thumb nut,
brush cut,
acid dust,
consul at


10 letters:
chalk dust,
fen sucked,
u.s. dept.,
blood lust,
judge must,
can convey,
confess it,
helen hunt


11 letters:
glenn shunt,
dept. dept.,
funded debt,
arras front,
dry as dust,
fluid shunt


12 letters:
thumb tucked,
blood gushed,
blood rushed,
blood sucked,
young parent,
dutch parent,
office dept.,
sudden night,
extra thrust,
money tucked,
allan dulles,
irate parent,
amanda might


13 letters:
comme faisant,
fundal height,
drunken night,
consul hewett,
unfunded debt


14 letters:
amanda thought,
as dry as dust


15 letters:
parental height



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