Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with variant:

3 syllables:
check client,
fairy dust,
carry an,
carry on,
flare events,
prairie hen,
where events,
where peasant,
any hint,
merry humour,
any just,
pretty fucked,
bury it,
carry it,
flare event,
any but

4 syllables:
maria might,
barry about,
berry about,
carry about,
chary about,
eerie about,
ferry about,
jerry about,
larry about,
maria about,
maria thought,
maria white,
maria wrote,
marie about,
merry about,
prairie about,
scary about,
terry about,
whereas at,
whereas eight,
whereas it,
binary events,
carry current,
empress regent,
library events,
library on,
marian thought,
marian wright,
mary renault,
primary events,
primary parent,
whereas nietzsche,
betty about,
celia thought,
delhi about,
eddie about,
heavy about,
heavy assault,
jenny about,
kelly about,
library ass'n,
penny about,
petty about,
pretty about,
sketchy about,
experi enced,
primary event,
burial might,
derrida might,
maria and,
serious might,
access client,
access easement,
access events,
aerial root,
aerial shoot,
any account,
any amount,
any current,
assess client

5 syllables:
bulgaria might,
library about,
primary asset,
salivary duct,
canary current,
librarian might,
necessary but,
necessary events,
necessary on,
ovarian weight,
primary account,
primary agent,
primary current,
ancienne egypte,
perennial height,
necessary event,
necessary it,
bavaria and,
bulgaria and,
malaria and

6 syllables:
necessary about,
necessary agent,
necessary amount,
necessary current

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