Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with boosted:

2 syllables:
du sud,
loose tongued,
blue blood,
chew the cud,
drew blood,
new blood,
tooth bud,
bruce stood,
you stood,
blue stem,
boost up,
goose tongue,
loose stuff,
loose tongue,
smooth tongued,
spruced up,
loose strand,
chews the cud,
loose smut,
blue bloods,
brute blood,
choose young,
cooped up,
grouped as,
school fund,
scooped up,
smooth tongue,
souped up,
spruce young,
stool blood,
truce was,
booth stood,
boots stood,
crews stood,
groom stood,
group stood,
groups stood,
loose head,
louise stood,
press stud,
school stood,
shoes stood,
suits stood,
troops stood,
truth stood,
boot up,
choose an,
choose as,
choose up,
crude stuff,
few such,
fruit on,
groups judged,
knew some,
loose on,
loose tongues

3 syllables:
hughes ted,
produce blood,
produced an,
produced as,
produced on,
reduce blood,
reduce flood,
reduced as,
refuse blood,
produced blood,
reduced blood,
produce good,
transfuse blood,
abuse was,
acute blood,
dilute blood,
fewer blood,
produce much,
produce young,
remove blood,
seduce young,
ulan ude,
lewis stood,
viewers tuned,
abuse as,
gooey stuff,
juiced up,
lewis blood,
produce an,
produce as,
produce on,
produce some,
produce stress,
produce such,
produce truck,
produce twice,
produced some

4 syllables:
absolute dud,
medusa bud,
reproduced as,
reproduced on,
absolute blood,
absolute nadir,
absolute as

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