Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with resonant:

3 syllables:
helen hunt,
blood descent,
chilean nut,
brazil nut,
can adjust,
rural adult,
young adult,
stress agents,
blood agents,
bon vivant,
chief agents,
chief asset,
dutch agents,
dutch descent,
hugh capet,
rugged ascent,
venous shunt,
arakan front,
britain on,
button on,
gas oven,
retain an,
russian front,
spousal consent,
his assent,
quick comment,
twice summoned,
chief agent,
dutch agent,
leukot essent,
quick ascent,
sub agent,
was assessed,
wblock command,
young agent,
brazil nuts,
nasal duct,
stress result

4 syllables:
resinous scent,
as a result,
become adult,
urban adult,
added comment,
added asset,
asset asset,
become agents,
becomes adult,
brazil about,
britain about,
button about,
definite height,
fully assent,
helen about,
muses about,
puzzle about,
retain about,
royal assent,
russian about,
russian assault,
sudden about,
sudden assault,
unless consent,
becomes unjust,
brazil current,
cuban agent,
excess cement,
president at,
president ought,
put on an act,
residence at,
resident at,
retain current,
russian account,
russian agent,
sudden ascent,
sudden current,
express assent,
office agent,
unless summoned,
compel assent,
quicquid agunt,
bustle about,
chromosome might,
fusses about,
jesus about,
muscle about,
rebecca might,
resonance light,
resonance state,
russell about,
russia summit

5 syllables:
horizon about,
enthuses about,
excuses about

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