Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with extendant:

2 syllables:
glenn shunt,
air duct,
hell dust,
press dept.,
step parent,
sweat duct,
friend rushed,
end but,
end on,
friend on,
send an,
send on,
spend an,
spend on,
them just,
breath puffed,
breath rushed,
breath sucked,
care must,
death must,
them but,
them get,
them must,
them put,
bare assed,
bread nut,
cette lutte,
check nut,
dead but,
death but,
death put,
fresh cut,
fresh scents,
hair cut,
head but,
head butt,
health dept.

3 syllables:
brenda thought,
defense dept.,
mention it,
mention ought,
tension at,
attend an,
attend on,
attend parent,
depend on,
descend on,
splendid night,
agent must,
gentle light,
kenya might,
kept on at,
mental light,
slept on it,
stepped on it,
strengthen it,
address dept.,
any just,
collect dust,
fairy dust,
hotel front,
question at,
question eight,
question it,
question not,
question ought

4 syllables:
agenda might,
attended eight,
attention at,
attention it,
attention ought,
convention at,
convention ought,
defended it,
offended at,
suspension height,
attendance at,
attended night,
defendant ought,
pretended not,
prevented it,
cigarette butt,
collection at,
connection it,
direction at,
direction it,
direction ought,
election at,
election night,
election ought,
exception ought,
expenses ought,
objection ought,
professor dept.,
professor wundt,
protection at,
protection ought

5 syllables:
peritoneal shunt,
supplemental light

6 syllables:
unprecedented height

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