Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tangent:

2 syllables:
canned hunt,
than just,
at just,
black currant,
drag bunt,
had just,
plan must,
that just,
and just,
drag hunt,
than let,
lance sergeant,
range front,
range on,
black crust,
black rust,
class must,
had rushed,
mass. dept.,
staff must,
staff rushed,
that must,
that trust,
what must,
down just,
had jumped,
had shut,
palm nut,
and must,
back but,
black butte,
black currants,
black front,
black parent,
cap nut,
cat gut,
class but,
class parent,
crack front,
drap dete,
gland ducts,
glass front,
had but,
had cut,
had let,
had put,
land must,
rat assed,
shall get,
shall put,
that but,
that cut,
that get,
that let,
that put,
fan jet,
flange joint,
and shut,
branch cut

3 syllables:
action at,
action it,
action ought,
branches out,
hamsun knut,
ransom might,
stanza might,
candle light,
captain knight,
drag a bunt,
finance dept.,
glances at,
granted eight,
granted it,
handed it,
handed out,
handle eight,
handle it,
handle light,
jackson knight,
landed at,
planted at,
planted eight,
takes a hint,
japan joint,
hannah might,
nation at,
nation ought,
ranges might,
ration out

4 syllables:
abandon it,
reaction at,
sebastian knight,
really just,
samantha thought,
expansion bit,
expansion might,
expansion rate

5 syllables:
miranda might,
miranda right,
miranda thought

Some other possibilities:

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See tangent used in context: 3 poetry verses, 9 definitions

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