Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bluntness:

2 syllables:
has twice,
must thus,
runs thus,
stress stress,
struck twice,
was twice,
bust ass,
but thus,
but twice,
can thus,
can trust,
cousins twice,
when thus,
get us,
jan hus,
let us,
put us,
cousin twice,
parents is,
spent twice,
comes twice,
drunk twice,
front man,
front was,
hunt was,
loved us,
parent was,
parents as,
stunt man,
bunt rush,
chief stress,
currant bun,
front truck,
has thus,
hunts up,
la plus,
loves us,
much stress,
must trust,
parent can,
parents on,
sergeant young,
shunt gun,
spousal trust,
trust trust,
was thus,
front is,
parent is,
pronoun is,
sent us,
blood assay,
but must,
dumb ass,
front as,
man must,
men must,
parent has,
parents must,
then must

3 syllables:
confronts us,
become twice,
added twice,
extra stress,
office twice,
concern us,
money twice,
urban stress,
cut no ice,
detain us,
agents is,
extent this,
prevents us,
agents as,
becomes twice,
genus mus,
product must,
added stress,
adult bucks,
adult ducks,
adult rhesus,
agents on,
agents such,
below twice,
cover twice,
extent can,
fully twice,
genus rhus,
genus zeus,
knowa bleness,
mother twice,
suffer twice,
uptake assay,
accent is,
extent is,
prevent us,
comet assay,
extent as,
accent on

4 syllables:
recover twice,
reduction assay

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Book See bluntness used in context: 1 Shakespeare work several books and articles.

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