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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with haircut:

2 syllables:
air but,
air cut,
bare butt,
bed but,
ben nut,
best but,
beth phelet,
bread nut,
cared what,
cares what,
care but,
care what,
cells but,
check nut,
dead but,
death but,
egg nut,
else but,
end but,
flare nut,
fresh cut,
friends but,
gets shut,
gets what,
get shut,
get what,
guessed what,
guess what,
hair cut,
head but,
head butt,
head nut,
health but,
health nut,
help but,
hex nut,
left but,
less what,
meant what,
men but,
rare but,
read but,
read what,
red nut,
said but,
said what,
says what,
sensed what,
sense but,
sex but,
share what,
square cut,
square nut,
strength but,
s csit,
tells what,
tell what,
text but,
them but,
them what,
then but,
then cut,
then shut,
then what,
there but,
well but,
well what,
went phut,
west but,
when cut,
when what,
where what,
x cut,
yes but,
yes what,
yet but,
yet what

3 syllables:
accept what,
affect what,
against what,
again but,
again what,
assess what,
carrera gt,
compare what,
correct but,
effects but,
effect but,
events but,
event but,
except what,
express what,
forgets what,
forget what,
green beret,
herself but,
himself but,
himself what,
itself but,
myself but,
myself what,
reflects what,
reflect what,
subject but,
success but,
suggest what,
themselves but,
themselves what,
yourself what

4 syllables:
chloe bennet,
comprehend what,
ourselves what,
recollect what,
represents what,
represent what

6 syllables:
joseph gordon-levitt

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