Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with labent:

2 syllables:
ben nut,
drug bust,
mud hut,
tut tut,
can but,
club on,
done but,
has but,
love but,
man but,
men but,
much but,
some but,
sub let,
then but,
up but,
was but,
deer hunt,
still hunt,
witch hunt,
up just,
blood gushed,
blood lust,
blood rushed,
blood sucked,
bus duct,
but just,
but must,
can just,
chalk dust,
deus vult,
done just,
fen sucked,
has just,
judge must,
love must,
man just,
man must,
men must,
non obst,
non vult

3 syllables:
acid dust,
britain at,
britain ought,
button at,
button it,
chilean nut,
damon knight,
double height,
double latte,
double light,
oven at,
retain it,
russian night,
struck a note,
stubble height,
sudden night,
trouble at,
trouble light,
debit note,
double knit,
double night,
drag a bunt,
office but,
buddha might,
chapel at,
couple light,
extra punch,
prussia might,
russia might,
beautiful light,
bucket hat,
buddha taught,
buddha thought,
bukka white,
canal at,
chukka boot,
comma fault,
extra bucks,
extra thrust,
famous eight,
famous sight,
fossa cat,
get a sight,
has a fit,
has a heart,
hung a right,
jesus at,
jesus ought,
jesus sought,
judges ought,
maratha light,
nasal height,
office dept.,
precious sight,
primal light

4 syllables:
area but,
area must,
obstacle height,
ominous sight

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