Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with patents:

2 syllables:
black currants,
grass tufts,
at us,
cat ice,
fat ass,
schatz stents,
that cuts,
that parents,
gland ducts,
squat jumps,
at depths,
back ups,
hang ups,
smash ups,
at its,
black tents,
that its,
what its,
had us,
black ice,
black parents,
brash ice,
class parents,
crack fronts,
drag ass

3 syllables:
patent is,
haddon heights,
allen notes,
barren heights,
fashion notes,
ghana notes,
lattice sites,
status sites,
talent is,
bakhtin notes,
hatton house,
pratzen heights,
rabbit hunts,
fashioned house,
haben diese,
happened is,
salem heights,
talland house,
at a price,
balance is,
barren heaths,
barren piece,
battle ax,
battle axe,
battle horse,
battle piece,
brazen face,
brazen voice,
castle heights,
challenge is,
fallen horse,
fallen loose,
fashion piece,
happens is,
lattice space,
nations is,
panel lights,
status since,
status source,
valid dates,
wagon horse,
latin notes,
flattened piece,
had on toast,
patted his,
action notes,
allen house,
allen writes,
at a loss,
attack us,
battle house,
battle is,
battle sites,
battle takes,
bracken house,
brahman is,
brazen gates,
brazen house,
cannon bits,
cannon house,
cannon shots,
captain chase,
captain hicks,
captain pearce,
captain watts,
cation sites,
cattle boats,
cattle loose,
cattle louse,
cattle ticks

4 syllables:
examined his,
abandon its,
attachment is,
cabinet is,
donation rates

Some other possibilities:

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