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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dunk shot:

2 syllables:
blood clot,
young scott,
douglas scott,
dove cot,
junk shop,
comes not,
dung cart,
junk art,
sun spot,
sunk cost,
ten spot,
young comte,
judge scott,
just got,
just not,
must not,
sub plot,
flunked out,
flunks out,
ink pot,
link rot,
man got,
men got,
monk bat,
monks sought,
then got,
think not,
bon mot,
but got,
come not,
gum pot,
has got,
jump shots,
pearson yacht,
some not,
stem rot,
sum not,
was got,
blood clots,
blood knot,
but not,
fuss pot,
gut rot,
has not,
let not,
love knot,
love not,
mud pot,
punk rock,
smudge pot,
thus not,
up not,
was not,
young scots,
flunk out,
tongue caught,
can cost,
can not,
la motte,
man not,
men not,
mug shots,
some hot,
then not,
when not,
young giant,
get hot,
has cost,
junk shops,
tub cart,
tuck shop,
was hot,
was shocked,
musk rat,
run roughshod,
things got,
things not,
tongue brought,
young trout,
can start,
depth chart

3 syllables:
alice scott,
monkey pot,
allan scott,
becomes not,
bunker shots,
result not,
uncle scott,
become not,
product shots,
scenic shots,
a la carte,
become blocked,
becomes locked,
becomes part,
brian scott,
extra cost,
extra shots,
famous yacht

4 syllables:
adrian scott

Some other possibilities:

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