Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with juxta:

5 letters:
ca ca,
ta ta

6 letters:
gta sa,
con la,
pl sql

7 letters:
mc cdma,
psl psa,
bust up,
csma ca,
dust on,
dust up,
just an,
just as,
just on,
just up,
tuk tuk,
bla bla,
fla fla,
yum cha,
next on,
text as,
text on,
eia tia,
amen ra,
amon ra,
amun ra

8 letters:
bucks up,
bust ass,
just has,
just ten,
sucks up,
trust as,
junk dna,
tan spud,
fixed as,
fixed on,
fixed up,
mixed up,
next ten,
sexed up,
text has,
opus dei

9 letters:
get stuck,
was stuck,
bucked up,
chucks up,
fucked up,
sucked up,
thrust on,
trust has,
tucked up,
la guerra,
bulked up,
bumped up,
dumped on,
jumped on,
jumped up,
pulse was,
pumped up,
was slain,
agnus dei

10 letters:
chucked up,
trumped up,
check stub,
conduct an,
conduct as,
conduct on,
product as,
product on

11 letters:
krsna krsna,
strut stuff,
stuff stuff,
thumb stuck,
truck swung,
burra burra,
chalk bluff,
struc tural,
swung swung,
u.c.c. rep.,
be mixed up,
stick stuck,
conduct has,
extra stuff,
product has,
conduct was,
genus saiga,
product can,
product was,
products as,
products on

12 letters:
tongue stuck,
truck struck,
struck twice,
sticks stuck,
become stuck,
entrance was,
products has

13 letters:
struck struck,
products such

14 letters:
honeyed tongue

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