Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with red alert:

2 syllables:
can hurt,
get hurt,
was hurt,
gödel, kurt,
gödel kurt,
will hurt,
chief first,
stuff first,
ust urt,
van wert,
has learnt,
truck lurched,
tulle skirt,
being hurt,
bush shirt,
fresh shirt,
it hurt,
were hurt,
chief heard,
douglas hurd,
has heard,
judge heard,
scrub bird,
terra verde,
twice heard,
was heard,
bharat earth,
can earn,
dutch church,
get hers,
la verne,
mother earth,
struck earth,
terra firme,
touch a nerve,
touched a nerve,
touches earth,
u turn,
upper earth,
was hers

3 syllables:
extra shirt,
uncle heard,
blubber out,
brother at,
brother ought,
chucker out,
cover eight,
cover it,
extra burst,
extra first,
extra shirts,
extra spurt,
greater at,
greater height,
lover ought,
mature height,
mother at,
mother ought,
other at,
other eight,
other it,
other out,
sea girt,
suffer it,
summer at,
summer heat,
supper at,
tucker out,
upper eight,
usher out,
collar shirt,
collar tight,
collar white,
color caught,
color light,
color matte,
color might,
color right,
color shirt,
color that,
color white,
colour light,
colour might,
colour white,
culture at,
culture ought,
muller wrote,
schuyler wrote,
uncle ernst,
uncle first,
uncle worked,
alice heard,
office heard,
eva perón,
extra verse,
extra work,
office search

4 syllables:
officer at,
officer ought,
recover it

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