Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sentiment:

3 syllables:
fair comment,
fresh cement,
press comment,
wet cement,
spent amidst,
shared descent,
webbe dasent,
french descent,
delta front,
french agents,
french savant,
helps cement,
mention must,
press comments,
whence comest,
where judgment,
best judgment,
fledged adult,
helped cement,
n'est nullement,
sense judgment,
threat agents,
check result,
death result,
net result,
pouring cement,
pressure result,
share tenant,
terre tenant,
twelve adult

4 syllables:
recent comment,
direct ascent,
percent adult,
prevent adult,
unfair comment,
any comment,
direct comment,
excess cement,
attend adult,
gentleman ought,
gentlemen ought,
recent comments,
recent judgement,
recent judgment,
solemn assent,
accept adult,
affect adult,
collected dust,
direct adult,
agent agent,
resin cement,
prevent unjust,
affect asset,
attention must,
compel assent,
delta current,
direct agents,
direct descent,
enter adult,
excess judgment,
express assent,
express judgment,
gentle about,
narrow cement,
percent result,
recent result,
select agents,
twenty adult,
unfair judgment,
percent amount,
recent command,
suspend judgement,
suspend judgment,
affect judgment,
any judgment,
begin comment,
center agents,
confessed judgment,
direct comments,
direct judgment,
expressed judgment,
gentle ascent,
gentle current,
mental assent,
merit comment,
percent budget,
perfect judgment,
recent budget,
rental agent,
rental amount,
request comments,
solemn judgment,
specimen height,
twenty agents,
venetian night,
complex adult,
added comment

5 syllables:
lamented about

7 syllables:
unprecedented assault,
unprecedented amount

Some other possibilities:

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See sentiment used in context: 26 rhymes, several books and articles.

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