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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with esprit:

2 syllables:
cess pit,
press print,
best fit,
head grit,
west brit,
bear pit,
best it,
check print,
guessed it,
help it,
kept it,
less it,
lest it,
mess kit,
press fit,
press kit,
pressed it,
share split,
stepped it,
test it,
air it,
bear it,
cesar ritz,
dead spit,
guess it,
press it,
press picked,
press prints,
share it,
swear it,
wear it,
where it,
length it,
lens pit,
sends it,
is split,
press stressed,
check bit,
press brick,
best fits,
breast lift,
death christ,
dress slipped,
else it,
end it,
eng lit,
etc. it,
felt it,
flesh christ,
gets it,
guest list,
held it,
hence it,
left it,
lend it,
send it,
sense it,
sent it


3 syllables:
attempt it,
accept it,
address it,
except it,
express christ,
expressed it,
express it,
possess it,
repair it,
suppress it,
accepts it,
prevents it,
respects it,
access bridge,
affect it,
attend it,
collect it,
commend it,
compared it,
connect it,
defend it,
direct hit,
direct it,
effect it,
endure it,
escape it,
expect it,
expressed guilt,
extend it,
hotel paris,
object it,
prevent it,
protect it,
question it,
reject it,
repair kit,
require it,
resent it,
respect it,
select it


4 syllables:
developed it,
professor schmidt


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