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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pregnant:

2 syllables:
glenn shunt,
step parent,
check nut,
bread nut,
care must,
death must,
air duct,
breath puffed,
breath rushed,
breath sucked,
hell dust,
press dept.,
sweat duct,
them just,
them must,
bare assed,
cette lutte,
dead but,
death but,
death put,
fresh cut,
fresh scents,
hair cut,
head but,
head butt,
rare but,
step cut,
steppe front,
them but,
them get,
them put,
well but,
well get,
well put,
yet but,
lug nut,
elk nut,
hex nut,
neckar nut,
eggs on,
et non


3 syllables:
began at,
began eight,
began it,
section at,
section eight,
section it,
hotel front,
kept on at,
mention it,
mention ought,
question at,
question eight,
question it,
question not,
question ought,
slept on it,
stepped on it,
steps on it,
strengthen it,
tension at,
arena might,
bregma height,
pecan nut,
reckon it,
della notte,
etna mount,
jenna thought


4 syllables:
collection at,
connection it,
direction at,
direction it,
direction ought,
election at,
election night,
election ought,
objection ought,
protection at,
protection ought,
reflection height,
reflection ought,
alexa thought,
attention at,
attention it,
attention ought,
cigarette butt,
convention at,
convention ought,
exception ought,
professor wundt,
reception at,
suspension height,
areca nut,
vienna might,
expression at,
expression ought,
gegeben hatte,
helena thought,
helena wright


5 syllables:
peritoneal shunt


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See pregnant used in context: 26 rhymes, 14 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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