Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with descant:

2 syllables:
desk at,
chest ached,
death chant,
test act,
desk and,
bear cat,
best at,
check cashed,
checks cashed,
dead cat,
dress hat,
etc. at,
fresh slant,
guess that,
guess what,
guessed at,
guest at,
hell cat,
jest at,
jet ant,
less at,
press that,
rest at,
test at,
west at,
bears scant,
guess at,
peck at,
press at,
air shaft,
bread wrapped,
breath passed,
breathe last,
death passed,
hair shaft,
head fast,
health act,
sex act,
shell passed,
stair shaft,
thread passed,
well matched,
well past,
cd4 cell count,
cell count,
death count,
head count,
is cast,
share count,
thread count,
where count,
best and,
blessed and,
breast and,
chest and,
crest and,
death grant,
dress and,
etc. and,
fresh grant,
guest and,
less and,
ness and,
nest and,
press stand,
pressed and,
rest and,
test and,
west and,
where grant

3 syllables:
access shaft,
excess paste,
access grant,
express grant,
address at,
assessed at,
delhi cantt,
excess plant,
express that,
express what,
expressed at,
possess that,
progress that,
success that,
progress at,
success at,
address and,
arrest and,
assessed and,
depressed and,
expressed and,
oppressed and,
possessed and,
request and,
suppressed and,
unrest and,
access shafts,
address passed,
agent at

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Book See descant used in context: 4 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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