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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with continent:

3 syllables:
helen hunt,
dutch descent,
parent consent,
rugged ascent,
can result,
ch'an buddhist,
zen buddhist,
chief tenant,
kunta kinte,
sub tenant,
blood descent,
bon vivants,
bust a gut,
can adjust,
parents adjust,
saigon puppet,
spousal consent,
trust asset,
parent comet,
parent comments,
chilean nut,
front bucket,
venous shunt,
young buddhist,
chief result,
cup product,
stress result,
can command,
can connect,
pierre manent,
some comments,
swift ascent,
britain on,
button on,
parents consent,
retain an,
such comments,
such judgment,
young adult


4 syllables:
added comment,
adult adult,
abrupt descent,
current adult,
frontal assault,
hunted about,
shunted about,
sultan about,
unless consent,
urban adult,
current comment,
agents agents,
asset asset,
becomes adult,
britain about,
button about,
client agents,
current asset,
grunted assent,
retain about,
silent assent,
extra product,
resin cement,
direct ascent,
extent affect,
percent adult,
prevent adult,
added comments,
become adult,
becomes unjust,
bundle about,
client consent,
concem about,
custom about,
ended comments,
fibre cement,
put on an act,
quiet comment,
retain current,
royal descent,
rubber cement,
ultimate height,
under adult


5 syllables:
confronted about,
noncurrent asset,
accurate comment


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See continent used in context: 17 rhymes, 12 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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