Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with resplendence:

2 syllables:
send ups,
send us,
french chefs,
sent us,
end on,
friend on,
lead us,
send an,
send on,
spend an,
spend on,
check pulse,
egg cups,
hence hence,
hence since,
sense sense,
sense since,
tense since,
kept us,
left us,
set ups,
them thus,
belle chasse,
check ups,
flare ups,
french cuffs,
fresh scents,
glenn shunt,
help us

3 syllables:
tendon is,
fenton house,
prevent us,
brenda joyce,
mention his,
mention is,
splendid house,
tension is,
attend an,
attend on,
depend on,
descend on,
assess pulse,
reset pulse,
defend its,
defense since,
expense since,
extend its,
offence since,
offense since,
affect us,
belton house,
direct assay,
expect us,
jemmy ducks,
mental house,
preston house,
protect us,
rental house,
rental lease,
rented house,
skeleton is,
strengthen his,
weston house,
behrman house,
cared a toss,
compels us,
decoy ducks,
denial is,
express bus,
kensal house

4 syllables:
attended his,
attention is,
contention is,
convention is,
defended his,
detention house,
extended his,
extension is,
prevention is,
suspension is,
agenda is,
agenda since,
attendance is,
defendant is,
dependence is,
cigarette butts,
prevented his,
affection is,
collection is,
conception is,
connection is,
consensus is,
deflection is,
detection assay,
detection is,
digestion is,
direction is,
election is,
exception is

5 syllables:
consequential loss

Some other possibilities:

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