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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with poet:

2 syllables:
bow net,
cro quette,
flow net,
low set,
no net,
no set,
now set,
so set,
to set,
who met,
who set,
who yet,
do it,
go it,
how it,
no. it,
no hit,
now it,
owe it,
to hit,
to it,
who it,
no head,
to head,
tow head,
low ebb,
no air,
to air,
to hell,
beau geste,
close set,
do best,
go west,
how best,
jones et,
low necked,
low rent,
low test,
moshe sharett,
no rest,
no sweat,
no threat,
now felt,
now left,
now sent,
now went,
one set,
role set,
those set,
to best,
to left,
to melt,
to rent,
to rest,
to test,
to west,
two best,
two sets,
who dealt,
who felt,
who gets,
who helped,
who kept,
who left,
who sent,
who sets,
who went,
whole set,
a. et,
a boat,
a coat,
a debt,
a net,
a note,
a set,
a threat,
a vote,
a wet,
are dressed,
are met,
are set,
are stressed,
are yet,
armed threat,
as set,
as yet,
blow at,
blow out,
bow out,
broke it,
close it

3 syllables:
unto it,
lower set,
to heave at,
above it,
alone it,
approach it

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