Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with import:

2 syllables:
in port,
this port,
being short,
bring court,
bring short,
ch'ing court,
firing short,
in court,
in fort,
thing short,
fig wart,
hill fort,
his court,
his short,
is short,
it short,
lisle court,
near fort,
paris court,
parish court,
quick short,
smith court,
still short,
swiss court,
there short,
thick short,
this court,
this fort,
this short,
were short,
with short,
cinque port,
firing ports,
in sport,
brick court,
limbs short,
switch ports,
this sort,
trimmed short,
being talked,
in salt,
in soft,
shrimp caught,
thing talked,
being part,
cheque crossed,
chris walked,
gun port,
in part,
its soft,
mitch walked,
pierre coste,
pierre walked,
quick jaunt,
smith talked,
smith walked,
still talked,
still walked,
there talked,
there walked,
venae portae,
with salt,
with soft,
air port,
big part,
his part,
if part,
is part,
it part,
lymph heart,
shrimp paste,
some short,
some sort,
this part,
were part,
which part,
with part,
being caught,
being coerced,
being forced,
being fought,
being sought,
being taught,
being thought,
bring thought

3 syllables:
adding short,
berlin court,
appear short,
career short,
until court,
qu'il porte,
river port,
become short,
arcing fault,
day in court

4 syllables:
asking for it

Some other possibilities:

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