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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with juxta:

2 syllables:
mc cdma,
get stuck,
krsna krsna,
psl psa,
strut stuff,
stuff stuff,
thumb stuck,
tongue stuck,
truck swung,
was stuck,
bucked up,
bucks up,
bust ass,
bust up,
ca ca,
chucked up,
chucks up,
csma ca,
dust on,
dust up,
fucked up,
gta sa,
just an,
just as,
just has,
just on,
just ten,
just up,
struck struck,
sucked up,
sucks up,
ta ta,
thrust on,
truck struck,
trust as,
trust has,
tucked up,
tuk tuk,
la guerra,
bla bla,
bulked up,
bumped up,
burra burra,
chalk bluff,
con la,
dumped on,
fla fla,
honeyed tongue,
jumped on,
jumped up,
junk dna,
pl sql,
pulse was,
pumped up,
struc tural,
struck twice,
swung swung,
tan spud,
trumped up,
u.c.c. rep.,
was slain,
yum cha,
be mixed up,
check stub,
fixed as,
fixed on,
fixed up,
mixed up,
next on,
next ten,
sexed up,
stick stuck,
sticks stuck,
text as,
text has,
text on


3 syllables:
agnus dei,
opus dei,
become stuck,
conduct an,
conduct as,
conduct has,
conduct on,
eia tia,
extra stuff,
product as,
product has,
product on,
amen ra,
amon ra,
amun ra,
conduct was,
entrance was,
genus saiga,
product can,
product was,
products as,
products has,
products on,
products such


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