Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sit down:

2 syllables:
its own,
hick town,
his town,
in town,
skip town,
this town,
twin town,
being sown,
thick crown,
were sown,
his own,
is sown,
it found,
it round,
it sound,
its sound,
litde doubt,
litde house,
schmidt found,
litde brown,
squid hound,
bear down/,
it than,
pulled downe,
built towns,
in towns,
swiss towns,
twin towns,
be in doubt,
being bound,
being found,
being grown,
being round,
being wound,
bring round,
bring sound,
build house,
build out,
chilled out,
chris brown,
chris found,
cleared out,
click sound,
climbed out,
cling round,
dined out,
ditch round,
eared owl,
filled house,
filled out,
fit your,
fits out,
frill round,
guild house,
him round,
his brown,
his crown,
his mount,
his round,
his wound,
in brown,
in doubt,
in round,
in sound,
is bound,
is brown,
is found,
is grown,
is round,
is wound,
it your,
its south,
jim brown,
paris bound,
paris found,
paris gowns,
peered out,
pierre found,
pitch count,
pitch sound,
queer sound,
quick brown

3 syllables:
emits sound,
transmit sound,
transmits sound,
until dawn,
their town,
adding sound,
addis count,
appear brown,
appear sound,
berlin found,
career found,
clear brown,
commits house,
dinner gown,
eclipse sound,
olive brown,
olive crown,
olive mount

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