Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with inhalant:

3 syllables:
pouring cement,
build decent,
his comment,
his descent,
pierre manent,
quick descent,
sheer descent,
since adult,
swift ascent,
swiss descent,
thick cement,
this comment,
winged adult,
with cement,
king mullet,
his assent,
in adult,
in judgment,
quick ascent,
quick comment,
since agents,
sinful lusts,
ninth ballot,
since helen,
string result,
quick result,
sized adult,
skilled adult,
still result,
system must,
this result,
which result,
will result,
years adult,
bon vivant,
in recent,
linda looked,
bring judgment,
cousin helen,
in command,
simple lunch,
singh rawat,
string budget,
string puppet

4 syllables:
resin cement,
quicquid agunt,
resin cements,
sinful about,
winter ascent,
predict adult,
adding comments,
drying cement,
immoral about,
innate talent,
jingle about,
linux client,
login command,
simple about,
simple assault,
single asset,
sprinkle about,
unerring judgment

5 syllables:
louisville cement,
curriculum might,
curriculum ought,
sublingual duct

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