Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with claimant:

2 syllables:
name must,
slave hunt,
may just,
came just,
case must,
day but,
may get,
may put,
name just,
pay cut,
place must,
slave hunts,
state must,
stay put,
way but,
whale hunts,
blame on,
came an,
came on,
claim an,
claim on,
flame front,
flame on,
frame front,
frame on,
game on,
gay man,
gay men,
name but,
name on,
same but,
same man,
same men,
same on,
shame on,
gave vent,
pay rent,
snipe hunt,
time must,
gray nuns,
train puffed,
train rushed,
ate dust,
eight tunes

3 syllables:
became hushed,
survey dept.,
away but,
shake on it,
shaken out,
station at,
straighten out,
take a hint,
taken at,
taken eight,
taken it,
taken night,
taken not,
taken out,
became an,
became front,
layman might,
laymen might,
payment at,
payment ought,
shaman might,
became hooked,
remain chaste,
able at,
aces out,
ages at,
always just,
cases at,
cases eight,
cases it,
cases ought,
cases out,
create trust,
dated at,
dated date,
estate trust,
faces at,
faded out

4 syllables:
occasion it,
occasion ought,
taxation ought,
translation ought,
created at,
created doubt,
created eight,
created it,
created out,
enable it

5 syllables:
compensation ought,
concentration at,
conversation at,
conversation ought,
explanation ought,
monophosphate shunt,
concentrated at

6 syllables:
macadamia nut

Some other possibilities:

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