Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with secret:

2 syllables:
die cut,
pie crust,
they cut,
beech nut,
been but,
been cut,
been let,
been put,
been shut,
brief but,
cheese vat,
clean cut,
cream nut,
diese leute,
field hut,
need but,
please let,
seen but,
wheel nut,
they get,
beach hut,
by but,
leaf rust,
my front,
my trust,
see but,
stream rushed,
street trust,
surely trust,
they but,
they let,
they put,
they trust,
three front,
viele leute,
wheat rust,
been crushed,
cheek brushed,
greek front,
they rushed,
roughly dressed,
been just,
been run,
by truck,
creek chief,
creek was,
dry brush,
dry clutch,
each must,
eat dust,
glee club,
greek tongue,
greek was,
green run,
green smut,
key club,
knees tucked,
needs but,
peak was,
seek some,
seemed hushed,
sheep run,
sleek young,
sleep rem,
speak dutch,
speaks as,
speaks up,
stream gushed,
street raleigh,
sweet rush,
these must,
they clung,
three rural,
week was,
week when,
weeks on,
by christ,
greek fret,
greek right,
seek it,
speak it,
speak right

3 syllables:
areas but,
ideas but,
machine cut,
complete trust,
dika nut,
oasdi trust,
relief rushed,
cedar nut,
college dept.,
concrete truck,
greedy gut,
lévy bruhl,
peter kiewit,
speedy cut,
theory but,
a week on

4 syllables:
already put,
area but

Some other possibilities:

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