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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ambient:

2 syllables:
by just,
see just,
team must,
they just,
they must,
they rushed,
why must,
beach hut,
by an,
by but,
by on,
di un,
die cut,
die on,
dry on,
free on,
key on,
lie on,
my front,
sea on,
see an,
see but,
see on,
spy on,
they but,
they cut,
they get,
they let,
they put,
three front,
three on,
tie on,
tree on,
try on,
viele leute,
why an,
why on,
qui est,
worry etched,
dry hump,
lie abed

3 syllables:
shea nut,
ubi sunt,
sea mat,
cereal oat,
flea bite,
herea bout,
pea coat,
plea that,
sea bat,
sea beet,
sea boat,
sea cat,
sea coot,
sea fight,
sea gate,
sea girt,
sea rat,
sea that,
agree on,
area on,
beaten it,
beaten out,
brian might,
brian thought,
brian white,
brian wrote,
client ought,
decree on,
degree on,
die on feet,
dika nut,
eaten at,
eaten out,
entry on,
even at,
even out,
freeman ought,
idea on,
reason at,
reason it,
reason not,
reason ought,
reason out,
region at,
region ought,
sea at,
season at,
sleep on it

4 syllables:
area but,
area that,
idea that,
idea what,
reveal it,
adrian thought,
area at,
area it,
idea at,
idea it

5 syllables:
kilauea point

Some other possibilities:

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