Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with potent:

2 syllables:
to hunt,
to dust,
do just,
go bust,
no just,
now just,
now must,
so just,
so must,
to just,
two must,
who just,
who must,
co parent,
do but,
do get,
do let,
do nut,
go but,
go get,
low but,
low cut,
no. but,
now but,
now get,
now let,
now put,
phone tucked,
slow but,
so but,
so get,
so let,
so put,
to but,
to cut,
to get,
to let,
to put,
to shut,
to trust,
who but,
who cut,
who get,
who let,
who put,
boat on,
coat on,
dote on,
float on,
goat nut,
note on,
to ten,
vote on,
wrote an,
wrote on,
low rent,
low test,
now sent,
now went,
to rent,
to test,
two tongued,
who sent,
who went

3 syllables:
quota might,
broken at,
broken night,
broken out,
cola nut,
frozen night,
kola nut,
motion at,
motion ought,
noted at,
notice at,
notice it,
notice ought,
open at,
open it,
open out,
promote trust,
quoted at,
roman knight,
spoken at,
spoken out,
to run out,
total heat,
total height,
total light,
voted eight,
go on at,
promote an,
promote parent,
total net,
to dam out

4 syllables:
aloha net,
dakota wheat,
devoted eight,
unbroken night,
toyota joint

Some other possibilities:

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See potent used in context: 74 rhymes, 20 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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