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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with swim meet:

2 syllables:
in heat,
did eat,
his seat,
this heat,
will eat,
with heat,
with meat,
stew meat,
bring wheat,
in east,
in feet,
in wheat,
pin teat,
routing sheet,
spring wheat,
thin sheet,
wing beat,
big beat,
crib sheet,
fitch sheet,
his feet,
his sweet,
is sweet,
its heat,
its seat,
jib sheet,
mid east,
near east,
pitch peat,
stiff sheet,
the near east,
there reached,
thick sheet,
this feat,
this sheet,
this sweet,
tip sheet,
vis vitae,
were reached,
will beat,
with east,
with feet,
with wheat,
being meant,
him my,
is meant,
it meant,
it meets,
mince meat,
paris meant,
smith meant,
spring meant,
still meant,
still meets,
there meant,
there meets,
thing meant,
thing meets,
this meant,
tinned meat,
were meant,
which meant,
which meets,
can eat,
blood heat,
dead heat,
fresh sheet,
gas heat,
in need,
much heat,
his seed,
in each,
were read,
chih hsien,
grit teeth,
his ease,
his heel,
if each,
is each,
is seen,
near each,
paris scene,
still leave,
there reach


3 syllables:
career reached,
clear sheet,
decay heat,
dizzy height,
giddy height,
career meant,
chimney height,
ii at,
ii it,
jimmy might,
jimmy thought,
jimmy white,
jimmy wrote,
their meat,
extra sheet


4 syllables:
perigee height


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