Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with blueshift:

2 syllables:
smooth shift,
blue list,
thou wilt,
you missed,
you picked,
you wished,
blue tit,
choose it,
cool it,
fruit shipped,
hoof it,
move it,
prove it,
rule it,
shoot it,
soon it,
truth it,
tu whit,
use it,
viewed it,
you sit,
blew it,
drew it,
groups shift,
knew it,
proof shifts,
screw it,
threw it,
true it,
view it,
you hit,
you it,
new left,
you left,
blue print,
freud built,
fruit picked,
group built,
group wished,
loose lipped,
loose wrist,
mules hitched,
plume tipped,
prove guilt,
school built,
school dist,
school lists,
screw ships,
shoes kicked,
thou didst,
brush shift,
day shift,
may shift,
screw shaft,
blue tits

3 syllables:
remove shift,
assume it,
produce it,
produce shipped,
reduce it,
refuse it,
remove it,
fluid shift,
produce shifts,
review it,
value shift,
assume guilt,
booting out,
cooling out,
cruising height,
duke it out,
hoofing it,
judith thought,
moving at,
moving it,
moving out,
music at,
music caught,
music ought,
pooping out,
produce guilt,
reduce guilt,
review lists,
rooting out,
ruling out,
shooting at,
tuning out,
unit at,
zooming out,
degree shift,
extra shift,
future it,
approved it,
assumed it

4 syllables:
assuming it,
producing eight,
producing it,
reducing it

Some other possibilities:

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