Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with forcite:

2 syllables:
fore sight,
source height,
caught sight,
for light,
for night,
for white,
fore night,
long sight,
more light,
more might,
more white,
or fight,
or light,
or might,
or night,
or white,
score might,
shore might,
short height,
short tight,
store might,
storm might,
war might,
coarse white,
corps might,
corps right,
corpse might,
course might,
course right,
course white,
course write,
for right,
force might,
force right,
force white,
force wright,
horse might,
horse right,
more right,
or right,
or write,
saw right,
score right,
shore sites,
short sight,
source cites,
source light,
source might,
store right,
store sites,
though right,
all might,
all night,
all white,
broad light,
broad right,
broad white,
caught light,
caught right,
claude white,
clause might,
crawl right,
cross bite,
cross knight,
cross light,
cross might,
cross right,
crosse knight,
drawn right,
drawn tight,
drawn white,
fault might,
fought fight

3 syllables:
restore sight,
afore night,
before light,
before might,
before night,
before white,
favour might,
record height,
reform might,
restore white,
divorce might,
sorry sight,
almroth wright,
along might,
along right,
along white,
among light,
among right,
among white,
as of right,
assault might,
because light,
because night,
because right,
because white,
default might

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