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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with smart ass:

6 letters:
got us,
not us,
art is,
art as,
art on,
arc is,
arm is


7 letters:
cost us,
want us,
part is,
art has,
part as,
from us,
part an,
part on,
stop us,
tart up,
card is,
yard is,
arch is,
bark is,
cost is,
farm is,
harm is,
host is,
lost is,
mark is,
data is


8 letters:
not thus,
chart is,
heart is,
start is,
heart as,
part has,
start as,
cause us,
chart on,
choc ice,
heart on,
slob ice,
start an,
start on,
start up,
wants us,
art must,
guard is,
caste is,
far this,
fast ice,
for thus,
force us,
grant us,
large is,
lost his,
march is,
mark his,
apart as,
apart on


9 letters:
start ups,
caused us,
start his,
heart has,
star dust,
john huss,
charge is,
party bus,
regard is


10 letters:
heart must,
cocked his,
prepare us,
support us,
regard his,
contact us


11 letters:
block twice,
hart tongue,
knock twice,
sharp pulse,
heart pulse,
start pulse,
dropped his,
carla hesse,
charter bus,
started his


12 letters:
square twice,
square pulse,
tossed twice,
washed twice,
barked twice,
charge twice,
barton house,
martin house,
compare this


13 letters:
knocked twice,
stopped twice,
hostess house,
passage twice,
elispot assay


15 letters:
transport assay


16 letters:
square roughness


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