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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with stupent:

2 syllables:
you put,
knew just,
thou must,
too must,
you just,
you must,
few but,
knew but,
new but,
true but,
view but,
you but,
crew cut,
group must,
you cut,
you get,
you let,
group but,
group on,
group parents,
school parent,
soon put,
you picked,
you sent,
you went,
screw pump,
new ones,
school lunch,
school must,
soul must,
truth must,
use must,
you trust,
blue point,
blue print,
dew point,
du pont,
new point,
snipe hunt,
you point,
you spent,
food but,
room but,
school but,
truth but,
use but,
blue pus,
boot cut,
brew pub,
choose an,
coop up,
crew cuts,
few can,
few men,
food on,
fruit on,
fruit punch

3 syllables:
human height,
pupil ought,
supra note,
tuba root,
booted out,
lucia white,
rooted out,
review point,
booby hut,
pupil might,
assume an,
buchan wrote,
crucial night,
cruel light,
feudal knight,
flew a kite,
fluid at,
fluid shunt,
fusion beat

4 syllables:
conclusion it,
conclusion ought,
solution at,
solution ought,
absolute trust,
computed at,
concluded at,
masoola boat,
produces eight,
allusion might,
conclusion might,
conclusion notes,
conclusion sought,
conclusion that,
confucian thought,
confusion might,
confusion that,
confusion wrought,
delusion that,
diffusion might,
exclusion might

5 syllables:
resolution at,
resolution ought,
evolution might

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