Word:   
Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with definite:

3 syllables:
chief asset,
chilean nut,
hugh capet,
beautiful but,
brazil nut,
chief budget,
helen hunt,
button it,
goora nut,
nissen hut,
para nut,
pecan nut,
retain it,
suffice it,
chief added,
beautiful as,
blood descent,
britain as,
britain has,
britain on,
budget cut,
bust a gut,
button on,
button up,
can adjust,
chief office,
comme objet,
detain us,
double cut,
fuss budget,
glove puppet,
retain an,
ruffle up,
rural adult,
saigon puppet,
summon up,
trust asset,
yasir arafat,
young adult,
non finite,
stuffing nut,
brazil nuts,
chief agents,
chief result,
con una,
profes sional,
stuff unless,
stuffed ballot,
claire huchet,
has a fit,
quick asset,
some merit,
split a gut,
blood added,
but added,
comma added,
douglas added,
has added,
judge added,
muck a muck


4 syllables:
added asset,
asset asset,
coquilla nut,
extra minute,
abdul basit,
acqua felice,
as a result,
become adult,
extra tonnage,
greater asset,
major asset,
objet petit,
office budget,
other asset,
qu'en effet,
uncle enoch,
urban adult,
beautiful about,
britain about,
button about,
helen about,
helen marot,
production but,
retain about,
russian about,
russian assault,
russian habit,
shuffle about,
sudden about,
sudden assault,
abdul hamid,
extra digit,
extra ticket,
extra visit,
acetous acid,
added added,
alice added,
defence about


5 syllables:
equity asset


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See definite used in context: 19 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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