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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with exit:

2 syllables:
check nut,
bread nut,
cette lutte,
dead but,
death but,
death put,
fresh cut,
hair cut,
head but,
head butt,
rare but,
step cut,
them but,
them get,
them put,
well but,
well get,
well put,
yet but,
cells but,
eggs on,
legs as,
legs on,
hex nut,
lug nut,
tells it,
breath sucked,
elk nut,
else but,
etc. but,
gets shut,
head smut,
neckar nut,
sense but,
air duct,
bears an,
bears on,
bears up,
best but,
breath puffed,
breath rushed,
care must,
cells as,
cells has,
cells on,
cleans up,
death must,
dwells on,
egg cup,
end but,
flares up,
french cut,
glenn shunt,
hairs on,
heads as,
heads on,
heads up,
heads up/,
hell dust,
help but,
help get,
leads on,
leads up,
leads us,
left but,
legged on,
mpeg-2 mc,
mpeg 2 mc,
pens up,
press dept.,
shares on,
step parent,
sweat duct,
tells on,
tells us,
them just,
treads on


3 syllables:
bregma height,
complex but,
effect but,
object but,
pecan nut,
subject but,
any but,
better get,
compels us,
ever get,
ever let,
ever put,
never get,
never let,
never put,
para nut


4 syllables:
cigarette butt,
alexa thought,
areca nut,
cigarette butts,
together but


5 syllables:
necessary but,
peritoneal shunt


Some other possibilities:

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