Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with hit list:

2 syllables:
brit lit,
being kissed,
being missed,
bridge whist,
ear cyst,
his fist,
his wrist,
it built,
it wished,
split shift,
stiff wrist,
still missed,
thick wrist,
thin lipped,
cette liste,
chick lit,
it fit,
piss slit,
queer twist,
quick twist,
were lit,
which lists,
will lift,
wish lists,
fill it,
fit it,
it it,
kill it,
lit it,
print lists,
still it,
till it,
will it,
being built,
being kicked,
being picked,
being ripped,
being shipped,
being whipped,
brick built,
bridge built,
bring guilt,
chris picked,
gear shift,
his gift,
his guilt,
in built,
in gift,
is built,
is picked,
is shipped,
is switched,
pitch shift,
quick shift,
singh built,
smith built,
smith picked,
smith wished,
stick dipped,
stick shift,
still built,
still wished,
swing shift,
there built,
there picked,
there shipped,
thick quilt,
thing built,
this gift,
this shift,
this wicked,
were built,
were picked,
were shipped,
which built,
will shift,
with built,
with gilt,
with guilt,
fear lest,
it best,
it just,
it left,
it looked,
it must,
did bit

3 syllables:
submit lists,
admit guilt,
admit it,
submit it,
transmit it,
until it,
career shift,
until guilt,
until picked,
extra twist,
adding mixed,
admits guilt,
appear fixed,
appear linked

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