Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with clean cut:

2 syllables:
been but,
been let,
been put,
been shut,
seen but,
cream nut,
beech nut,
brief but,
cheese vat,
diese leute,
field hut,
need but,
please let,
wheel nut,
they get,
beach hut,
been just,
by but,
chine colle,
green con,
green smut,
see but,
they but,
they let,
they put,
viele leute,
been crushed,
been met,
been set,
cousine bette,
green lit,
means it,
meant it,
seen fit,
stream gushed,
cream cup,
dream come,
scheme can,
seemed hushed,
stream rushed,
team can,
been done,
been dug,
been man,
been men,
been much,
been run,
been some,
been such,
been ten,
been thus,
been when,
been won,
ch'ien chung,
chien lung,
cleaned up,
each can,
each must,
eat dust,
gene was,
grease cup,
green chalk,
green man,
green run,
green thumb,
green tongue,
green was,
green young,
heat can,
knees tucked,
leaf rust,
leaned on,
leans on,
leant on,
mean much,
mean sun,
mean when,
means an

3 syllables:
areas but,
ideas but,
machine can,
peter kiewit,
china at,
china ought,
shea nut,
greedy gut,
machine gun,
ancient as,
ancient tongue,
areas can,
cedar nut,
college dept.,
complete trust,
dika nut,
fourteen young,
ideas can,
irene dunne,
latine tongue,
machine was

4 syllables:
already put

Some other possibilities:

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