Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tee shirt:

2 syllables:
been hurt,
three shirts,
creek chert,
green chert,
beauty first,
been nursed,
brief first,
by first,
diese werte,
diese worte,
eat dirt,
my first,
my worst,
roughly worked,
see first,
surely burst,
surely worked,
they burst,
they first,
they searched,
they worked,
three first,
very first,
very worst,
clean shirts,
green shirts,
sleeve shirts,
speech heard,
bee bird,
beef herd,
been heard,
by church,
by third,
by word,
free church,
key word,
knee jerk,
my church,
my third,
my word,
queen heard,
reach earth,
steve heard,
street heard,
theme heard,
thy word,
very word,
by birth,
by work,
clean earth,
dry nurse,
free verse,
greek earth,
green earth,
leave earth,
my birth,
my firm,
my girl,
my purse,
my search,
my turn,
my work,
neither earth,
peter earle,
steve earle,
surely learn

3 syllables:
preacher ought,
teacher at,
teacher ought,
agree first,
beaver hat,
belief first,
degree first,
either at,
either eight,
either it,
entry first,
leader ought,
meter height,
neither height,
neither ought,
peter out,
reader ought,
sea girt,
speaker at,
speaker ought,
appeal heard,
entry word,
ideas heard,
on my word,
chinese earth,
degree curve,
degree nurse,
degree worse,
degree worth,
entry keyers,
saline earth

4 syllables:
believer ought,
pharisees heard,
dopamine nerve

Some other possibilities:

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