Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with resultant:

2 syllables:
thumb tucked,
spousal trust,
bus duct,
chalk dust,
tut tut,
u.s. dept.,
blood gushed,
blood lust,
blood rushed,
blood sucked,
but just,
but must,
can just,
deus vult,
done just,
drug bust,
fen sucked,
has just,
judge must,
love must,
man just,
man must,
men must,
non vult,
stem rust,
then just,
then must,
up just,
was just,
pup tent,
was tuned,
bien cuit,
brush cut,
but get,
but let,
but put,
buzz cut,
can but,
can cut,
can get,
can let,
can put,
can trust,
comme faisant,
dept. dept.,
done but,
dutch parent,
get shut,
get stuffed,
has but,
has cut,
has let,
has put,
jam nut,
love but,
lug nut,
man but,
man put,
men but,
men get,
much but,
must trust,
psalm tunes,
put put

3 syllables:
helen hunt,
towel tucked,
adult parent,
britain at,
britain ought,
button at,
button it,
chilean nut,
office dept.,
result on,
retain it,
sultan might,
extra thrust,
acid dust,
custom might,
custom ought,
arras front,
bust a gut,
color rushed,
colour rushed,
drunken night,
fluid shunt,
irate parent,
justice at,
justice ought,
justice sought,
money tucked,
mother tucked,
office but,
parental height,
product must

4 syllables:
conducted at,
conducted eight,
production at,
production ought

5 syllables:
peritoneal shunt

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