Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with insight:

2 syllables:
touching sight,
cousin might,
in light,
in right,
in white,
its height,
its site,
near sight,
queer sight,
quick sight,
rear sight,
rib site,
skin tight,
thin white,
his height,
his sight,
in height,
in sights,
in spite,
prince might,
since light,
since night,
since right,
since white,
this height,
this sight,
this site,
aiming right,
being light,
being might,
being right,
being white,
bring light,
bring right,
bring white,
climb right,
dim light,
firing might,
firing right,
him right,
king might,
pouring light,
singh might,
spring light,
spring might,
spring night,
spring right,
string might,
string tight,
swing right,
thing might,
thing right,
thing white,
big white,
bitch right,
bridge might,
bridge right,
chill night,
chris knight,
chris might,
chris white,
chris wright,
click right,
did write,
ditch fight,
gripped tight,
his fight,
his light,
his might,
his night,
his right,
his white,
is light,
is right,
is slight,
is white,
it might,
it right,
paris might

3 syllables:
aching sight,
benign light,
berlin might,
virgin might,
virgin white,
berlin night,
convince white,
inner sight,
virgin sites,
adding light,
adding white,
unerring light,
admit light,
admit right,
appear light,
appear white,
career might

4 syllables:
gwendolyn wright

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