Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with transparent:

2 syllables:
bare assed,
step parent,
them must,
deer hunt,
air duct,
breath rushed,
care must,
glenn shunt,
air on,
bear an,
bear on,
care on,
chair on,
err on,
hair cut,
hair on,
rare but,
share an,
steppe front,
wear on,
where an,
where on,
still hunt,
there rushed,
witch hunt,
chair rungs,
bear hugs,
breath puffed,
breath sucked,
death must,
flare ups,
hell dust

3 syllables:
para nut,
serum might,
began at,
began eight,
began it,
della notte,
era that,
lesson eight,
nella notte,
pecan nut,
reckon it,
session at,
session eight,
seven eight,
seven night,
seven out,
step on it,
stephen knight,
treasure hunt,
aaron haupt,
aaron might,
aaron thought,
buren wrote,
hotel front,
karen might,
karen thought,
karen white,
karen wright,
naira notes,
waren nicht,
arena might,
messiah might,
beta sheet,
beta site,
credit at,
credit ought,
edit out,
edith thought,
gemma thought,
headed out,
jenna thought,
level at,
level height,
level it,
level light,
level out,
mega byte,
meredith thought,
meta bit,
metal light,
netted out,
pedal height

4 syllables:
areca nut,
expression at,
expression ought,
profession ought,
sierra norte,
dilemma might,
vienna might,
develop at,
develop it,
dilemma that,
expresses it,
helena thought,
helena wright,
mckenna thought,
pamela thought

5 syllables:
peritoneal shunt

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