Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with constant:

2 syllables:
conn. courant,
fox hunt,
giant stuffed,
once but,
once put,
from front,
from parent,
somme front,
block front,
shock front,
shop front,
square front,
france spent,
once went,
scots tunes,
smart assed,
month stint,
once sent,
job hunt,
most just,
once when,
shock strut,
smart dust,
art must,
guard rushed,
heart must,
stock trust,
found tucked,
france built,
france looked,
france wished,
from dust,
mouth stuffed,
not spent,
sacks stuffed,
scott spent,
scott stepped,
bond fund,
bronze busts,
cause must,
cost on,
crop dust,
france comes,
france on,
from just,
from parents,
lost an,
lost but,
lost on

3 syllables:
aragon front,
cotton stuffed,
johnson et,
johnston might,
johnston thought,
johnston wrote,
quonset hut,
donor parent,
hostess might,
london at,
london night,
london ought,
dropped a hint,
hostile light,
monstrous height,
response can,
response when,
wanted at,
wanted eight,
wanted it,
wanted out,
finance dept.,
response shift,
schwabachs test,
boston light,
boston might,
boston wrote,
buona notte,
chosen at,
chosen knight,
chosen not,
constance thought,
data not,
gotten out,
johnson bought,
johnson fought,
johnson hoped,
johnson might,
johnson notes,
johnson sought,
johnson taught,
johnson thought,
johnson white,
johnson wrote,
johnston asked,
johnston writes,
jonson might,
jonson wrote,
konnten nicht

4 syllables:
ivalon sponge

5 syllables:
horizontal light

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See constant used in context: 24 rhymes, 43 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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