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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with null set:

2 syllables:
comme cette,
break a sweat,
but yet,
can bet,
can yet,
gas jet,
get wet,
has met,
has yet,
rev. lett,
tuck net,
up yet,
was met,
was wet,
was yet,
when wet,
delle sette,
blood sweat,
but sent,
chen et,
durant cette,
has sent,
non net,
ten cent,
then sent,
van het,
was sent,
can sit,
chucks it,
faire cette,
gill net,
ml kit,
stiff setae,
still wet,
well met,
will yet,
blood cell,
blood test,
but felt,
but kept,
but left,
but went,
cam belt,
can best,
can rest,
can sell,
can test,
chief cell,
chief guest,
chief threat,
comme c'est,
comme celle,
drug test,
ducks egg,
flood threat,
flush left,
get dressed,
gun rest,
has dealt,
has felt,
has kept,
has left,
hon sec,
hurrahs nest,
jump jet,
just met,
just yet,
knoll where,
kraal where,
lak cell,
love nest,
man dressed,
man gets,
man left,
man went,
men left,
men went,
much left,
nut sedge,
pup tent


3 syllables:
added sept.,
ended sept.,
neural net,
caudal setae,
sternal setae,
result it,
abat vent,
acid cell,
acid test,
added threat,
akhal tekke,
alice spent,
alice stepped,
apud cell,
excel where,
exhaled air,
office dealt,
office dressed,
office spent


4 syllables:
admiral hewett


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