Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with upright:

2 syllables:
blood right,
brush right,
but right,
can write,
chief right,
come right,
done right,
douglas wright,
flush right,
get right,
judge right,
judge wright,
much right,
stress right,
struck right,
stuck right,
stuff right,
such right,
swung right,
then write,
tongue right,
truck right,
up tight,
was right,
young right,
blood might,
blood white,
bug bite,
bug light,
bun fight,
but might,
but white,
can fight,
chalk white,
chief flight,
chief light,
chief might,
chief white,
clung tight,
clutched tight,
cusp height,
douglas might,
douglas white,
dull white,
dutch light,
dutch might,
dutch white,
fearsome sight,
flood light,
flood might,
gas light,
gas tight,
glove fight,
grudge fight,
gun sight,
judge might,
judge white,
love bite,
man might,
men might,
much light,
non white,
plush white,
pulse height,
rugged height,
rural white,
rush light,
skull might,
some light,
some white,
squirrel might

3 syllables:
extra bright,
added right,
advice right,
asset write,
become right,
begun right,
ended right,
office right,
abrupt right,
upper right,
added light,
added white,
adult height,
advice might,
alice might,
alice white,
arousal might,
asset might,
become light,
become tight,
become white,
extra flight,
office light,
office might,
opaque light,
opaque white

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See upright used in context: 81 rhymes, 20 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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