Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with contestant:

2 syllables:
press dept.,
glenn shunt,
step parent,
bread stuffed,
chest puffed,
press trust,
air duct,
best but,
best on,
c'est un,
est en,
est un,
est une,
hell dust,
nest on,
pressed on,
rest on,
sweat duct,
test on,
west front,
west on,
breath puffed,
breath rushed,
breath sucked,
care must,
death must,
them just,
bell tent,
flesh tint,
breast tumour,
care tuned,
heads tucked,
bare assed,
bare trust,
bread nut,
cette lutte,
check nut,
dead but,
death but,
death put

3 syllables:
express trust,
kept on at,
progress trust,
question at,
question eight,
question it,
question not,
question ought,
slept on it,
stepped on it,
tested at,
tested eight,
accessed on,
assessed on,
depressed parent,
expressed an,
expressed on,
lesson eight,
possessed an,
preston white,
preston wrote,
request an,
address dept.,
defense dept.,
agent must,
collect dust,
digest ass'n,
direct trust,
effect must

4 syllables:
arrested at,
arrested eight,
professor wundt,
suggested at,
suggested eight,
suggested it,
professor dept.,
accepted at,
accepted it,
affected at,
attention at,
attention it,
attention ought,
cigarette butt,
collected at,
collected eight,
collection at,
connected at,
connection it,
convention at,
convention ought,
detected at,
directed at,
direction at,
direction it,
direction ought,
effected at,
elected at,
elected eight,
election at

5 syllables:
peritoneal shunt

Some other possibilities:

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See contestant used in context: 7 rhymes, several books and articles.

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