Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with instruct:

2 syllables:
fixed trust,
in strict,
his trust,
in trust,
this trust,
build trust,
its front,
its parent,
minced cooked,
with strict,
built trust,
fixed front,
fixed trusts,
his front,
his parent,
in front,
since parents,
since sliced,
smith trust,
still trust,
swift trust,
this front,
will trust,
being struck,
being sucked,
thing struck,
chill struck,
it struck,
prince kharak,
ships struck,
since stress,
spear struck,
stick struck,
there struck,
were struck,
which struck,
being stretched,
being stripped,
chipped front,
crisp crust,
drill sergeant,
strict parent,
string stretched,
swift thrust,
bridge stretched,
convey trust,
lymph duct,
since christ,
since drugs,
still stretched,
there stretched,
were stretched,
were stripped,
which stretched,
being crushed,
being thrust,
builds trust,
hinged front,
his truck,
is struck,
string plucked,
tears rushed,
thick strand,
will durant

3 syllables:
guinness trust,
rebuild trust,
convince parents,
extern struct,
blister rust,
business trust,
exist but,
invest trust,
static struct,
career stretched,
complex trust,
entrance front,
login script,
vivos trust

4 syllables:
louisville trust,
religious trust,
explicit trust,
instructor at

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See instruct used in context: 4 poetry verses, 24 Shakespeare works, 9 Bible passages, 6 definitions

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