Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with secret:

6 letters:
by but

7 letters:
die cut,
see but,
seek it

8 letters:
they cut,
been but,
been cut,
been let,
been put,
need but,
seen but,
they get,
my front,
my trust,
they but,
they let,
they put,
been run,
by truck,
eat dust,
key club,
peak was,
week was,
weeks on,
speak it,
dika nut,
area but

9 letters:
pie crust,
beech nut,
been shut,
brief but,
clean cut,
cream nut,
field hut,
wheel nut,
beach hut,
leaf rust,
been just,
creek was,
dry brush,
each must,
glee club,
greek was,
green run,
needs but,
seek some,
sheep run,
sleep rem,
speaks as,
speaks up,
week when,
by christ,
areas but,
ideas but,
cedar nut,
a week on

10 letters:
cheese vat,
please let,
they trust,
wheat rust,
dry clutch,
green smut,
sweet rush,
these must,
they clung,
greek fret,
greedy gut,
speedy cut,
theory but

11 letters:
diese leute,
three front,
viele leute,
greek front,
they rushed,
creek chief,
sleek young,
speak dutch,
three rural,
greek right,
speak right,
machine cut,
oasdi trust,
lévy bruhl,
already put

12 letters:
street trust,
surely trust,
been crushed,
greek tongue,
knees tucked,
peter kiewit

13 letters:
stream rushed,
cheek brushed,
seemed hushed,
stream gushed,
relief rushed,
college dept.

14 letters:
street raleigh,
complete trust,
concrete truck

15 letters:
roughly dressed

Some other possibilities:

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See secret used in context: 100 poetry verses, 62 Shakespeare works, 7 quotations, 54 Bible passages, 176 definitions

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