Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with fulbright:

2 syllables:
pluck bright,
was bright,
colleague might,
comes right,
drunk right,
front right,
gloved right,
judged right,
lunch right,
must write,
plunge right,
pulse light,
pulse might,
punch right,
rushed right,
scales might,
sergeant wright,
sliced right,
sucked right,
thrust right,
trunk right,
wales might,
whales might,
still bright,
up right,
youthful bride,
blood right,
blushed bright,
brush right,
bug bite,
but right,
can write,
chief right,
colleagues write,
come right,
done right,
douglas wright,
dull white,
flush right,
flushed bright,
get right,
judge right,
judge wright,
love bite,
loved bright,
much right,
pulse height,
rural white,
skull might,
squirrel might,
stress right,
struck right,
stuck right,
stuff right,
such right,
swung right,
then write,
tongue right,
truck right

3 syllables:
adult right,
become bright,
color bright,
colour bright,
extra bright,
abrupt right,
adult might,
adult night,
adult white,
become trite,
becomes right,
extent right,
product right,
result might,
uncle dwight,
urban blight,
until bright,
added right,
adult height,
adult rights,
advice right,
arousal might,
asset write,
become right,
becomes bright,
begun right,
chilean right,
colors right,
culture right,
ended right,
helen wright,
number right,
number write,
office right,
results right,
settled right,
susie bright

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