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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with barkett:

2 syllables:
ague fit,
alt bit,
are fit,
are it,
are lit,
are split,
arm pit,
bach it,
bark pit,
block it,
bomb it,
bong hit,
bought it,
carl schmitt,
car hit,
caught it,
caused it,
cause it,
chalk pit,
charge it,
chop it,
comp lit,
copped it,
cop it,
darn it,
dogs it,
dopp kit,
dop kit,
doq it,
dropped it,
drop it,
drop pit,
far it,
fox pitt,
frogs bit,
frog bit,
frog spit,
god it,
got hit,
got it,
guard it,
hard hit,
hard it,
hop it,
job it,
karl schmidt,
knock it,
large it,
locked it,
lock it,
loc cit,
marked it,
mark it,
marsh tit,
nark it,
non sit,
not fit,
not git,
not hit,
not it,
not quit,
not sit,
not split,
on dit,
op cit,
op sit,
part it,
pawl bitt,
pod bit,
popped it,
pop it,
quod sit,
rock it,
sharp wit,
shot hit,
shot it,
socked it,
socks it,
sock it,
sod it,
solve it,
start bit,
start it,
star bit,
stopped it,
stop bit,
stop it,
tom tit,
top it,
wants it,
want it,
want wit,
washed it,
wash it,
was fit,
was hit,
was it,
was lit,
was split,
watched it,
watch it

3 syllables:
adopt it,
beyond it,
discard it,
dislodge it,
forgot it,
regards it,
regard it,
resolve it,
unlocked it,
unlock it,
upon it

8 syllables:
panipak wongpattanakit

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