Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dominant:

3 syllables:
block comment,
from adult,
common duct,
common but,
common front,
common on,
common parent,
data must,
vomit nut,
not adjust,
block comments,
cause comment,
gonna get,
not comment,
data but,
from adults,
gaba agents,
jochen schulte,
often just,
often must,
scotch descent,
sharp ascent,
thomas heneage,
common bent,
common fund,
chosen on,
common as,
common trust,
mama san,
not consent,
often an,
often get,
often on,
often put,
pollen parent,
slotted nut,
thomas durant,
konnen nicht,
shall lament,
block command,
drag a bunt,
gotten hooked,
jahren nicht,
mamma looked,
momma looked,
shall assent,
sollen nicht,
stock agent,
wollen nicht

4 syllables:
common about,
common assault,
sawarra nut,
common account,
common agent,
common assent,
common current,
common genet,
bizarre result,
canada dept.,
jonathan knight,
savoir comment,
bizarre conduct,
chosen about,
dramas about,
fajada butte,
gotten about,
latin about,
often about,
often assert,
rocky ascent,
rotten about,
stolen about,
thomas about,
chosen agent,
common acute,
common adult,
common budget,
common effect,
common estate,
commons about,
cotton about,
kazan khanate,
latin account,
madame husson,
nominal rate,
nominal right,
nominal weight,
often amount,
raman effect,
swollen current,
enough cement,
compare recent,
depot agent,
enough decent,
bottom about,
common agents,
common ailment

5 syllables:
alabama dept.,
persuasion about,
as often as not

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