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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with talent:

2 syllables:
drag hunt,
rat assed,
black currant,
canned hunt,
drag bunt,
had let,
shall get,
shall put,
than let,
that let,
job hunt,
at just,
black crust,
black rust,
class must,
had just,
had rushed,
mass. dept.,
plan must,
shall appeare,
shall assure,
staff must,
staff rushed,
than just,
that just,
that must

3 syllables:
fallen knight,
fallen out,
blacken out,
blazon out,
brazen out,
fatten out,
flatten out,
happen at,
nation at,
nation ought,
ration out,
sarah knight,
allen might,
allen notes,
allen tate,
allen thought,
allen white,
allen wright,
allen wrote,
allon white,
balance at,
balance ought,
balance out,
fallen light,
fallen right,
hannah might,
saddam might,
sarah might,
babble out,
battle at,
bracket out,
caml light,
castle at,
catches at,
catches it,
catches out,
channel at,
channel eight,
channel height,
channel light,
classes at,
classes ought,
dabble at,
had a fit,
had a heart,
hang a right,
hannah thought,
hannah wrote,
jacket tight,
jacob bought,
kappa light,
lashes out,
padded out,
panel light,
passes it,
passes out,
rapid height,
rat a tat,
ratted out,
ravel out,
saddle height,
sarah caught,
sarah jewett,
sarah thought,
sarah white,
sarah wright,
sarah wrote,
sasha thought,
splashes out,
status at

4 syllables:
hallowe'en night,
havana yacht,
savannah thought,
susannah thought

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