Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with circus tent:

3 syllables:
earth content,
her recent,
learn content,
merge agent,
nerve agent,
nervous sweat,
nurses spent,
person spent,
person stepped,
search agent,
service tests,
third agent,
circuit tests,
learned content,
earth object,
her subject,
personne n'est,
search object,
third object,
her consent

4 syllables:
offer content,
clear content,
diverse content,
layer content,
lower content,
power content,
research content,
offer respect,
earnest effort,
mcgurk effect,
offer context,
service agent,
service event,
amer.j. obstet,
better content,
boron content,
buffer content,
clover content,
color content,
copper content,
cover content,
deeper content,
either content,
feature content,
fiber content,
fibre content,
filler content,
greater content,
higher content,
inner content,
labor content,
liver content,
longer content,
major content,
matter content,
neither content,
never content,
other content,
our recent,
powder content,
proper content,
richer content,
rubber content,
server content,
smaller content,
stellar content,
sugar content,
thorough recent,
urine content,
vapor content,
varied content,
water content,
whether content,
diverse subject,
external chest,
obscure object,
offer subject,
research object,
return object,
transferred intent,
external debt,
service direct,
surgical stent,
versus direct

5 syllables:
entire content,
computer content,
consider content,
deliver content,
desired content

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