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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with subunit:

2 syllables:
blue tit,
choose it,
cool it,
hoof it,
move it,
prove it,
rule it,
shoot it,
truth it,
tu whit,
use it,
viewed it,
you sit,
blew it,
drew it,
knew it,
screw it,
threw it,
true it,
view it,
you hit,
you it,
spoon net,
you missed,
blue list,
blue shift,
blue tits,
drew near,
flute bit,
hoofs it,
june in,
moon in,
moon is,
moved it,
moves it,
prove its,
proved it,
root kit,
shewn in,
soon in,
thou wilt,
too near,
tool bit,
tool kit,
tune in,
use its,
used it,
you picked,
you wished,
drew its,
you met,
blue jet,
crew cut,
few but,
knew but,
new but,
new set,
slew foot,
too wet,
true but,
view but,
you bet,
you but,
you cut,
you get,
you let,
you put,
you set,
you yet,
blew lid,
bloom in,
boom in


3 syllables:
assume it,
produce it,
reduce it,
refuse it,
remove it,
review it,
balloon net,
assumed it,
doing it,
resume its,
viewing it,
approved it,
future it,
produce its,
produced it,
reduce its,
reduced it,
refused it,
removed it,
study it,
threw a fit,
tuning out,
unit at,
you name it,
assume in,
bedroom in


4 syllables:
conclusion it



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