Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with consonant:

3 syllables:
helen hunt,
can result,
ch'an buddhist,
dutch descent,
rugged ascent,
zen buddhist,
blood descent,
bon vivants,
can adjust,
can suggest,
parents adjust,
saigon puppet,
spousal consent,
chilean nut,
parent consent,
pouring cement,
stress agents,
venous shunt,
young buddhist,
chief result,
cup product,
fresh cement,
stress result,
thick cement,
wet cement,
with cement,
can command,
can connect,
can select,
chief tenant,
kunta kinte,
pierre manent,
since adult,
some comments,
sub tenant,
then select,
was summoned,
parents consent,
such comments,
such judgment,
young adult

4 syllables:
added comment,
resin cement,
concem about,
fibre cement,
rubber cement,
unless consent,
urban adult,
becomes adult,
broken cement,
roman cement,
agents agents,
consent about,
german savant,
adult adult,
extra product,
becomes unjust,
entrance effect,
added comments,
become adult,
ended comments,
quiet comment

5 syllables:
louisville cement,
accurate comment

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See consonant used in context: 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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