Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with split ticket:

2 syllables:
it cut

3 syllables:
hit wicket,
will limit,
mid wicket,
critic has,
in tibet,
physic nut,
being tickets,
hits wicket,
were tickets,
arris fillet,
fish fillet,
fitting up,
his spirit,
his visit,
hit it up,
hitting on,
is finite,
issyk kul,
kicking butt,
paris visit,
pill willet,
quick visit,
sit in on,
sitting as,
sitting on,
sitting up,
spitting up,
splitting up,
spring visit,
still visit,
string input,
switch input,
this limit,
this minute,
this spirit,
this visit,
which limit,
will visit,
with finite,
with input,
with minute,
bit bucket,
critic ought,
civic cults,
critic comes,
critics as,
it become,
it limits,
its input,
its limit,
its spirit,
missing the cut,
print input,
ship biscuit,
sitting hunched,
strict limit,
bringing it,
filling it,
finish it,
giving it,
hearing it

4 syllables:
critic about,
critical height,
critical light,
berlin visit,
clear limit,
extra tickets,
splitting a gut,
clinic about,
commit incest,
cynic about,
doing picket,
fitting about,
flitting about,
flying picket,
hitting about,
inner tibet,
litter input,
lyric about,
miter limit,
physical height,
physical light,
politics as,
politics has,
politics on,
silica sheet,
sitting about,
skittish about,
sticky wicket,
visit tibet,
willow thicket,
extra digit,
addis emmet,
coquilla nut,
extra minute,
extra visit

5 syllables:
political light,
emitter input,
empirical light

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