Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with infants:

2 syllables:
brick fronts,
witch hunts,
thick crusts,
thick tufts,
bring parents,
lymph ducts,
thing parents,
wing nuts,
beer guts,
beer nuts,
his parents,
if parents,
it cuts,
swiss parents,
which cuts,
which parents,
with parents,
in fits,
chill bumps,
chin ups,
in posse,
in thus,
quick jumps,
since parents,
thick chunks,
thick clumps,
quick gulps,
fresh scents,
his fists,
parish funds,
pitch tents,
pitched tents,
ridge vents,
switch funds,
which funds,
with funds

3 syllables:
infant is,
resin ducts,
winter hunts,
infant mouse,
infant takes,
infra notes,
adoring parents,
asking parents,
bison hunts,
christian knights,
clifton heights,
distant house,
indus sites,
million hertz,
million nights,
million notes,
pigment is,
unfit parents,
until parents,
wilson notes,
denen diese,
infant whose,
simon notes,
cheerful notes,
clinton house,
convince parents,
convince us,
ginger nuts,
given its,
infant in,
infant or,
inference is,
input is,
linden house,
nissen huts,
printed notes,
prison notes,
pyncheon house,
river fronts,
sinful hearts,
sinful lusts,
sinful thoughts,
written notes,
benign cysts,
commit funds,
transmit funds,
until funds

4 syllables:
opinion notes,
commitment is,
description notes,
equipment is,
fulfillment house,
opinion piece,
resistant house,
admission notes,
commission notes,
contingent choice,
indian notes,
nutrition notes,
opinion cites,
opinion is,
opinion takes,
revision notes,
different house

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