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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with oscitant:

3 syllables:
block comment,
from adult,
data must,
not adjust,
cause comment,
block comments,
data but,
gaba agents,
gonna get,
gotta trust,
not comment,
scotch descent,
sharp ascent,
chosen on,
large cement,
losses on,
scots descent,
towel tucked,
vomit nut,
class adult,
basil looked,
drag a bunt,
shall assent,
shall attest,
shall lament,
stock agent,
wada test,
block command,
common duct,
copple dust,
from adults,
large adult,
police dep't,
police dept.


4 syllables:
canada dept.,
bizarre result,
enough cement,
closet about,
deposit trust,
bosses about,
canada trust,
chosen about,
fajada butte,
gossip about,
jonathan knight,
losses about,
pocket about,
possible at,
possible height,
possible light,
prophet about,
rocky ascent,
savoir comment,
sawarra nut,
tosses about,
deposit on,
chosen agent,
copper cement,
furnace cement,
hospital at,
losses account,
losses amount,
oxygen at,
rossel current,
compare recent,
depot agent,
emboss effect,
enough decent,
bizarre conduct,
causes about,
dotted about,
knotted about,
loses about,
proper adult,
rabid about,
solid about,
spotted about,
trotted about


5 syllables:
alabama dept.,
deposit about,
deposit account,
deposit amount,
canada cement,
colossal amount,
ishihara test,
another adult,
lusaka summit,
nevada desert


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