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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with fauvist:

2 syllables:
half assed,
law must,
saw dust,
all just,
all must,
draw cut,
for just,
form must,
law but,
laws must,
more just,
more must,
nor must,
or bust,
or just,
or must,
though but,
thought must,
war must,
for rest,
know just,
or rest,
rat assed,
gall duct,
though crushed,
thought rushed,
ward hunt,
all but,
all get,
all put,
broad thrust,
call us,
court must,
cross cut,
door shut,
for but,
for ice,
for us,
force must,
half ass,
half butt,
half cut,
haul ass,
long but,
malt dust,
more but,
naught but,
nor let,
or but,
or cut,
or get,
or ice,
or let,
or put,
or trust


3 syllables:
before receipt,
crosses out,
awesome might,
broaden out,
call a halt,
caution ought,
flora might,
flora thought,
forum might,
moral height,
moral light,
moral ought,
norah thought,
paula thought,
sauba ant,
trauma might,
acorn nut,
along thrust,
among us,
awesome sight,
because trust,
before but,
before us,
borel set,
caudal setae,
chorus might,
flawless white,
flora asked,
gorgeous sight,
horrid sight,
kwara state,
lawless state,
lawrence sought,
norah asked,
paula asked,
restore trust


4 syllables:
angora cat,
angora goat,
forgotten it,
forgotten night,
enormous height,
forgotten sight,
glorious height,
glorious sight


5 syllables:
zodiacal light


Some other possibilities:

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