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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with appetent:

2 syllables:
tut tut,
mud hut,
ben nut,
but just,
but must,
thumb tucked,
but an,
but get,
but let,
but on,
but put,
but ten,
butt on,
cut on,
get an,
get on,
get shut,
let an,
let on,
put an,
put on,
put put,
putt putt,
tut tuts,
deer hunt,
dna test,
get hitched,
psa test,
still hunt,
witch hunt,
blood gushed,
blood lust,
blood rushed,
blood sucked,
bus duct,
chalk dust,
u.s. dept.,
can just,
cut ups,
deus vult,
done just,
drug bust,
fen sucked,
has just

3 syllables:
britain at,
britain ought,
button at,
button it,
retain it,
acid dust,
sudden night,
chilean nut,
damon knight,
get a sight,
oven at,
russian night,
struck a note,
abut on,
britain bought,
britain fought,
britain hoped,
britain might,
britain right,
britain sought,
britain that,
britain thought,
button might,
button right,
button that,
hutton wrote,
irate parent,
put on weight,
retain its,
buddha might,
buddha taught,
buddha thought,
office dept.,
prussia might,
russia might,
beautiful light,
bucket hat,
bukka white,
canal at,
chapel at,
chukka boot,
comma fault,
couple light,
double height,
double latte,
double light,
extra punch,
extra thrust,
famous eight,
famous sight,
fossa cat,
has a fit,
has a heart,
hung a right,
jesus at

4 syllables:
area must

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