Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with irrelevant:

3 syllables:
where adult,
helen hunt,
bread ovens,
claire huchet,
dwell amidst,
fair comment,
fresh cement,
para nut,
pecan nut,
press agents,
press comment,
shared descent,
threat agents,
twelve adult,
webbe dasent,
wet cement,
where agents,
delta front,
french savant,
health agents,
helps cement,
welsh descent,
bella looked,
blood descent,
his assent,
press agent,
quick ascent,
quick comment,
rural adult,
shell effect,
stella looked,
threat agent,
where recent,
check command,
leben und

4 syllables:
compel assent,
excess cement,
express assent,
zealous servant,
unfair result,
della salute,
direct ascent,
elijah white,
ellen about,
express agents,
gegeben hatte,
gesehen hatte,
jealous about,
medicine at,
medicine hat,
medicine ought,
melissa thought,
solemn assent,
specimen height,
steady ascent,
their assent,
unfair comment,
venetian night,
zealous about,
relevant to,
benguela current,
delavan house,
delta current,
develop an,
develop on,
ellison wrote,
fellow agents,
selah tarrant,
seller agents,
zealous agent,
access agent,
express agent,
pamela looked,
quicquid agunt,
until adult,
relevance might,
relevant right,
relevant thought,
relevant trait,
venice summit,
zealous servants

5 syllables:
develop about,
develop patient,
vienna summit

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