Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with incident:

3 syllables:
since adult,
pouring cement,
thick cement,
winged adult,
with cement,
his adult,
his assent,
in adult,
paris adult,
since adults,
since agents,
years adult,
build decent,
his comment,
his descent,
pierre manent,
quick descent,
sheer descent,
sized adult,
skilled adult,
swift ascent,
swiss descent,
this comment,
in judgment,
in product,
its agents,
its descent,
quick ascent,
quick comment,
winged adults,
with adult,
bring sudden,
prince added,
since added,
bin laden,
bison hunts,
buick sedan,
his agents,
in adults,
nissen hut,
printed on,
since helen,
since product,
string result,
with sudden,
quick result,
still result,
system must,
this result,
which result,
will result,
being summoned,
bon vivant,
ch'an buddhist,
fresh cement,
in recent,
its agent,
things adults,
wet cement,
zen buddhist,
bring judgment,
his sudden,
in command,
king mullet,
pierre petit,
singh rawat,
string budget,
string puppet,
think adults,
this sudden,
twins result

4 syllables:
resin cement,
resin cements,
predict adult,
drying cement,
hinted about,
into adult,
principal light,
principle at,
principle it,
principle ought,
printed about,
quicquid agunt,
until adult,
winter ascent,
printed account,
attend adult,
complex adult,
percent adult,
prevent adult,
adding comments,
disease adult,
incidence might,
incidence rate,
input about,
login command

5 syllables:
louisville cement,
religious assent,
virginia dept.,
sublingual duct

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See incident used in context: 22 rhymes, 3 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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