Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with halfwit:

5 letters:
at it

6 letters:
act it,
and it,
ask it,
at mit,
add it,
bad it,
bag it,
had it

7 letters:
ash pit,
cast it,
damn it,
fact it,
gag bit,
hand it,
lad lit,
land it,
last it,
past it,
rat pit,
task it,
back it,
dash it,
drag it,
glad it,
had hit,
hang it,
pass it,
plan it,
sang it,
than it,
that it,
what it,
wrap it,
alt bit,
and its,
and sit,
at will,
at with,
also it

8 letters:
bat shit,
blast it,
drank it,
grant it,
grasp it,
packs it,
plant it,
stand it,
takes it,
that bit,
that fit,
thats it,
catch it,
had quit,
shall it,
that hit,
asked it,
at which,
adapt it,
after it,
again it,
apply it

9 letters:
brad pitt,
catch pit,
hacked it,
jack shit,
match fit,
packed it,
passed it,
shall sit,
cache hit,
smash hit,
attack it,
after wit,
allows it,
answer it

10 letters:
grabbed it,
planned it,
wrapped it,
crass quit,
had wished,
staff were,
staff will,
staff with,
allowed it

11 letters:
snatched it,
chaff which,
graph which,
scratch hit,
staff which,
attacked it,
although it,
assam which

12 letters:
staff wished,
behalf which,
japan wished

13 letters:
abraham built,
abraham which

16 letters:
phonograph which

Some other possibilities:

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