Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with surveillant:

2 syllables:
her front,
serve lunch,
church must,
earth thrust,
her trust,
nurse must,
nurse rushed,
word must,
work just,
work must,
birth parent,
church but,
church front,
curb cut,
earth but,
firm but,
firm must,
heard but,
her just,
her parents,
purge nut,
shirt front,
shirt tucked,
skirt front,
skirt tucked,
stern parent,
third front,
third parent,
word but,
work but,
younger parents,
curve can,
curved front,
first let,
her but,
her get,
serve parents,
served an,
served lunch,
served on,
serves lunch,
burke looked,
church looked,
clerk looked,
cure dent,
curve shift,
earth looked,
first hint,
heard liszt,
jurors looked,
nurse looked,
shirt looked,
turn left,
word list,
work went,
curve comes,
curve on,
girl on,
nerve comes,
serve an,
serve on

3 syllables:
research dept.,
research must,
clear front,
drawer front,
lower front,
offer parents,
offers lunch,
our front,
power front,
research front,
reversed shunt,
german knight,
german night,
observed an,
observed on,
person at,
person not,
person ought,
rather blunt,
sermon at,
sermon ought,
service at,
service it,
service ought,
service sought,
surgeon ought,
research looked,
servant ought,
surveillance might,
surveillance state

4 syllables:
absorption at,
entire front,
determine height,
determine it,
external shunt

5 syllables:
observation height,
observation ought

Some other possibilities:

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