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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with button-down:

3 syllables:
come on down,
bucket down,
buckle down,
buckled down,
double down,
knuckle down,
written down,
baton round,
britain found,
button found,
bridal gown,
dusted down,
hunted down,
cutting down,
putting down,
shutting down,
let hair down,
settle down,
whittle down,
prussian towns,
russian towns,
sheridan found,
sudden bound,
sudden doubt,
sudden frown,
sudden sound,
bacon found,
britain bought,
britain south,
button mouse,
fetal wound,
helen brown,
helen found,
knuckles down,
prussian crown,
russian count,
russian crown,
sullen sound,
netted down,
sudden downpour,
baton rounds,
britain ought,
command found,
seton house,
sultan found,
sutton house,
coming down,
dumbing down,
fling down,
little town,
rubbing down,
running down,
sponging down,
level down,
trickle down,
trickled down,
beautiful towns,
bridal crown,
bridal gowns,
but enough,
canal towns,
cement house,
comment out,
decent house,
famous towns,
get enough,
laden boughs,
sudden shout


4 syllables:
quieten down,
exciton bound,
quieted down,
addison brown,
asset amount,
asset account,
command around,
excitons bound,
britain around,
excellent house,
man about town,
men about town,
opulent house,
ratcheted down,
strutted around


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