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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with chair lift:

2 syllables:
air built,
cette liste,
check list,
press shift,
bear pit,
eng lit,
pressure shift,
wherein it,
air it,
bear it,
sell it,
share it,
smell it,
spell it,
swear it,
tell it,
wear it,
well it,
where it,
death guilt,
flesh tint,
fresh picked,
fresh whipped,
gets hitched,
head tilt,
press picked,
shell built,
spec cint92,
steht nicht,
stelle nicht,
well built,
blair looked,
claire looked,
clare looked,
floor shift,
gear shift,
them left,
air twist,
best it,
bread dipped,
breath hissed,
breath hitched,
cess pit,
check bit,
check lists,
death lists,
dress slipped,
else it,
end it,
etc. it,
felt it,
gets it,
guessed it,
guest list,
held it,
help it,
hence it,
kept it,
left it,
left shift,
lend it,
less it,
lest it,
mess kit,
press fit,
press kit


3 syllables:
compared it,
repair kit,
their list,
merely shift,
repair it,
express guilt,
hotel built,
success built,
career shift,
accept it,
access lists,
address it,
affect it,
attend it,
cherry picked,
collect it,
commend it,
connect it,
defend it,
direct hit,
direct it,
effect it,
except it,
expect it,
expressed it,
extend it,
hairy wrist,
jerry built,
object it,
object shift,
percent shift


4 syllables:
binary shift,
library built


5 syllables:
necessary shift


Some other possibilities:

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