Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with circlet:

2 syllables:
work but,
church but,
curb cut,
earth but,
firm but,
heard but,
purge nut,
word but,
her get,
first let,
her but,
work just,
work must,
worked it,
her blood,
younger blood,
burke was,
church must,
clerk was,
dlur dlus,
earth thrust,
first but,
first cut,
first put,
her front,
her trust,
nurse must,
nurse rushed,
perked up,
purse slung,
terms but,
third leg,
word must,
words but,
work done,
work much,
work such,
work was,
work when,
worked as,
worked on,
worked up,
works as,
works on,
works such,
works up,
world but,
worse luck,
burke looked,
clerk looked,
work it,
chirk up,
curl up,
earth crust,
firm must,
girl as,
girl has,
girl on,
her come,
her cup,
her just,
her leg,
her love,
perch on,
perk up,
shirt clung,
shirt tucked,
skirt tucked,
work an,
work as,
work can,
work has,
work on,
work up,
works dept.,
earned it,
first it,
learned it,
nerve net,
purse net,
term debt,
termed it

3 syllables:
clear cut,
power cut,
offer blood,
research dept.,
research must,
circle as,
circle on,
clear but,
lower crust,
power but,
reverse clutch,
turkey leg,
worker must,
confirmed it,
deserved it,
observed it,
returned it

4 syllables:
entire crust

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