Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with condescent:

3 syllables:
scotch descent,
sharp ascent,
scots descent,
sharp descent,
cause comment,
not comment,
thought decent,
block comment,
caused comment,
london tuft,
not consent,
brand asset,
contra asset,
bonduc nut,
gonna get,
london courant,
london on,
not result,
from recent,
homme devant,
large adult,
problem must,
short ascent,
and adult,
magma ascent,
pound adult,
wanda looked,
bodice front,
data must,
from adult,
not adjust,
smart agents

4 syllables:
jolly decent,
nodded assent,
rocky descent,
common descent,
latin descent,
second ascent,
spanish descent,
among decent,
savoir comment,
common assent,
hearty assent,
canada dept.,
conscious about,
london about,
nodding assent,
commands assent,
divine descent,
enough decent,
obtain decent,
remained decent,
london summit,
barely decent,
conscious agent,
fajada butte,
jonathan knight,
london account,
london agent,
rocky ascent,
scottish descent,
bizarre result,
bonus amount,
calmness about,
london accent,
pompous about,
wanted about

5 syllables:
alabama dept.,
canada cement,
responses about

6 syllables:
unselfconscious about,
iranian descent,
italian descent

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