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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with misfits:

2 syllables:
his wits,
in fits,
it fits,
which fits,
his fists,
if its,
is its,
bitch tits,
build its,
chichén itzá,
drill bits,
his ships,
it sits,
pinch hits,
quick fix,
since its,
with bits,
with fierce,
being its,
bring its,
christ is,
did its,
disc is,
disk is,
firing slits,
gill slits,
his gifts,
his hips,
his kiss,
his six,
his wrists,
in its,
is fixed,
is six,
is the pits,
is this,
it hits,
it its,
kissed his,
lip pits,
list is,
miss this,
missed his,
near its,
paris since,
risk his,
risk is,
till its,
vis-ã -vis,
vis-� -vis,
vis vis,
were its,
which its,
with its,
his fist,
his is,
if his,
if is,
is fit,
is his,
is is,
kiss his,
paris is,
this his,
this is,
being since,
big six,
bridge since,
bring ships,
dik diks,
drill ships,
here since,
him since,
in six,
it since,
its six,
parish since,
prince since,
quick picks,
quick rinse,
ships since,
since since,
skill since,
smith since,
sphere since,
spit chips,
split since,
spring since,
strip since


3 syllables:
fulfilled its,
assist his,
exist is,
fulfil its,
fulfill its,
until its,
appear since,
asking since,
berlin since,
career since


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