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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cessant:

2 syllables:
bare assed,
them must,
breath sucked,
glenn shunt,
press dept.,
step parent,
fresh scents,
press on,
deer hunt,
still hunt,
witch hunt,
air duct,
breath puffed,
breath rushed,
care must,
death must,
hell dust,
press ass'n,
press ups


3 syllables:
lesson eight,
messiah might,
began at,
began eight,
began it,
della notte,
nella notte,
para nut,
pecan nut,
reckon it,
session at,
session eight,
seven eight,
seven night,
seven out,
step on it,
stephen knight,
stresses at,
tessa thought,
treasure hunt,
vessel at,
vessel height,
vessel ought,
express an,
hessian boot,
lesson might,
lesson notes,
lesson right,
lesson taught,
lesson that,
possess an,
progress on,
question at,
question eight,
question it,
question not,
question ought,
steps on it,
success on,
arena might,
serum might,
beta sheet,
beta site,
credit at,
credit ought,
edit out,
edith thought,
era that,
gemma thought,
headed out,
jenna thought,
level at,
level height,
level it,
level light,
level out,
mega byte,
meredith thought,
meta bit,
metal light,
netted out,
pedal height,
settle at


4 syllables:
areca nut,
expresses it,
expression at,
expression ought,
possesses eight,
profession ought,
professor wundt,
dilemma might,
vienna might,
develop at,
develop it,
dilemma that,
helena thought,
helena wright,
mckenna thought,
pamela thought,
regretted it


5 syllables:
peritoneal shunt


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