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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with resident:

3 syllables:
blood descent,
helen hunt,
rural adult,
young adult,
can adjust,
nasal duct,
stress agents,
blood agents,
bon vivant,
ch'an buddhist,
chief agents,
chief asset,
chilean nut,
cup product,
dutch agents,
dutch descent,
hugh capet,
rugged ascent,
rural adults,
venous shunt,
young adults,
young buddhist,
zen buddhist,
has added,
touches added,
was added,
brazil nut,
dehra dun,
gas oven,
his adult,
his assent,
paris adult,
chief agent,
drug addict,
dutch agent,
in adult,
leukot essent,
quick ascent,
quick comment,
sub agent,
twice summoned,
was assessed,
where adult,
with adult,
young agent


4 syllables:
become adult,
urban adult,
becomes adult,
president at,
president ought,
residence at,
as a result,
added asset,
added comment,
adult adult,
asset asset,
become adults,
become agents,
blooded about,
brazil about,
extra guidance,
extra product,
fully adult,
fully assent,
mature adult,
muses about,
other adult,
pharate adult,
puzzle about,
royal assent,
strutted about,
urban adults,
president to,
president who,
of a sudden,
on a sudden,
brazil current,
puzzled about,
reaches adult,
resinous scent,
using adult,
excess cement,
express assent,
office agent,
compel assent,
quicquid agunt,
unless summoned,
until adult,
asses laden,
budget about,
bustle about,
chromosome might,
fully attest,
fusses about,
jesus about,
muscle about,
president hoped,
president might


5 syllables:
enthuses about,
excuses about


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See resident used in context: 67 rhymes, 2 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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