Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with nitrite:

2 syllables:
it right,
split right,
did write,
aiming right,
being right,
bitch right,
bridge right,
bring right,
chris wright,
click right,
climb right,
firing right,
him right,
his right,
in right,
is right,
it might,
its height,
its site,
paris right,
pitch right,
quick right,
quick write,
split might,
split white,
spring right,
stick right,
stiff right,
still right,
still write,
strip right,
swing right,
thick right,
thing right,
this right,
this rite,
will write,
with right,
built right,
christ right,
drift right,
its right,
kicked right,
picked right,
pitched right,
print right,
ripped right,
script right,
sheer height,
shift right,
sit tight,
skipped right,
slipped right,
steer right,
strict right,
there right,
were right,
width height,
being light,
being might,
being white,
big white,
bridge might,
bring light,
bring white,
chill night,
chris knight,
chris might,
chris white,
cousin might,
dim light,
ditch fight,
drill site,
firing might,
gripped tight,
his fight,
his light,
his might,
his night,
his white,
in light,
in sight,
in white

3 syllables:
admit right,
admit light,
transmit light,
until right,
appear right,
appear trite,
career right,
exist right,
aching sight,
adding light,
adding white,
appear light,
appear white,
benign light,
berlin might,
career might

4 syllables:
gwendolyn wright

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