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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with intent:

2 syllables:
beer tent,
big tent,
his tent,
in kent,
in test,
rinne test,
skin test,
being sent,
bing test,
king sent,
ring test,
turing test,
chin rest,
chris spent,
chris stepped,
dick test,
his rent,
hiv test,
in jest,
in left,
in pelt,
in west,
iq test,
is bent,
is spent,
it sent,
it went,
quit rent,
schick test,
shear test,
since sept.,
smear test,
still went,
there went,
this test,
this went,
tin pest,
were bent,
were sent,
which sent,
which went,
will test,
with test,
be in debt,
in debt,
cousin bette,
in text,
in wet,
in yet,
is sent,
nicht kennt,
pitch tents,
pitched tents,
prince spent,
prince stepped,
rinnes test,
shin bet,
since spent,
thin set,
twin jet,
twin set,
being dealt,
being checked,
being felt,
being kept,
being left,
being wrecked,
him best,
in net,
is dealt,
it dealt,
mint set,
ring necked,
string vest,
there dealt,
thing left,
were dealt,
which dealt,
did best,
fear lest,
his belt,
his best,
his chest,
his guest,
his left,
his rest,
id theft,
if kept,
if left,
is best,
is checked,
is felt,
is kept,
is left


3 syllables:
binet test,
gmelins test,
pitch a tent,
aching chest,
intense heat,
commit theft


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