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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with airstrip:

2 syllables:
death strip,
hair grip,
head trip,
lets rip,
test strip,
strip strip,
thick strip,
air spring,
ex ship,
fresh string,
hair clip,
lets slip,
shell script,
where spring,
wrecked ship,
cleared strip,
his trip,
stair step,
this trip,
were stripped,
air ship,
chair still,
felt tip,
hare lip,
share still,
where still,
where strict,
its grip,
chair tipped,
french dip

3 syllables:
hotel strip,
narrow strip,
contour strip,
yellow strip,
narrow strips,
their trip,
address string,
complex string,
gets a grip,
reflex tearing,
wedding trip,
contour strips,
extra strip,
center strip,
error string,
leather strips,
level strip,
metal strip,
pepper strips,
prepared script,
recent trips,
slender strip,
their grip,
weather stripped,
weather strips,
yellow strips,
ferry trips,
hairy tip,
velcro strip

4 syllables:
narrower strip,
binary string,
cherokee strip,
narrower strips,
various trips

5 syllables:
necessary trips

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