Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with illite:

2 syllables:
fill light,
spill light,
still light,
him might,
his height,
his sight,
in height,
pitch height,
ridge height,
sheer height,
spring height,
steer right,
stiff fight,
there right,
this height,
this sight,
this site,
twitch height,
were right,
with height,
being light,
bring light,
chill night,
dim light,
his light,
in light,
is light,
is slight,
pouring light,
queer light,
quick light,
sheer light,
skill might,
spring light,
still fight,
still liked,
still might,
still night,
still right,
still tight,
still white,
still write,
strip light,
there light,
thick light,
this light,
this slight,
till night,
were light,
which light,
will fight,
will write,
with light,
full height,
full light,
shell height,
till late,
aiming right,
being might,
being right,
being white,
big white,
bitch right,
bridge might,
bridge right,
bring right,
bring white,
chris knight,
chris might,
chris white

3 syllables:
until light,
adding height,
appear right,
berlin night,
career right,
adding light,
admit light,
appear light,
benign light,
clear light,
transmit light,
unerring light,
until lights,
until night,
until right,
until white,
uphill fight,
extra light,
until eight,
until late,
aching sight,
adding white,
admit right,
appear white,
berlin heights,
berlin might,
career might

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