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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with et seq:

2 syllables:
gets stuck,
french chalk,
mpeg-2 mc,
mpeg 2 mc,
gets sick,
dead duck,
bread truck,
breath sucked,
cette seule,
delle acque,
gets an,
gets on,
gets up,
lets on,
lets up,
lets us,
met some,
nelle acque,
set some,
sets on,
sets up,
sweat duct,
yet some,
yet such,
chest stuck,
air sick,
fell sick,
rec. sec,
rec sec,
wet look,
dead drunk,
friend chuck,
air duct,
bear some,
brett young,
cette jeune,
cette lutte,
checks on,
debt was,
dress as,
dress up,
dressed young,
else as,
else has,
else on,
etc. as,
etc. on,
hence an,
less an,
less as,
less on,
met when,
sell some,
sense an,
sense as,
sense has,
set can,
set gun,
set was,
sex as,
sex on,
sex up,
share some,
step son,
steps as,
steps on,
steps up,
tense up,
them some,
them such,
threat was,
wet gas,
wet lung,
where some,
where such,
yet but,
yet can,
yet come,
yet done,
yet much

3 syllables:
assets as,
better luck,
express truck,
repair truck,
janet cooke,
janet shook,
prepared chalk,
address as,
address on,
address some,
any luck,
claret cup,
complex as,
convex hull,
decoy duck,
their luck,
upset when,
yellow chalk

4 syllables:
cigarette stuck,
cigarette butt

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