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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pallone:

2 syllables:
allow one,
add one,
at one,
back one,
bad one,
black one,
catch one,
had one,
than one,
that one,
what one,
also one,
all one,
call loan,
call one,
follow one,
small one,
act one,
and one,
ask one,
back bone,
black owned,
class known,
class owned,
class shown,
fact one,
fast one,
flat bone,
glass known,
graph shown,
grass known,
had known,
had owned,
had shown,
last one,
natch bone,
past one,
shall loathe,
shall lose,
takes one,
that known,
that shone,
that shown,
track known,
track shown,
also owned,
and loan,
bank loan,
class clown,
glass blown,
had blown,
had flown,
shall groan,
shall stone,
valve shown,
bought one,
down one,
for one,
from one,
got one,
house one,
jaw bone,
long one,
more one,
nor one


3 syllables:
allow an,
allow in,
arrow in,
attack known,
happy one,
japan phone,
rather one,
shadow in,
shadow on,
allowed an,
allowed in,
allowed on,
allows an,
allows one,
alloy known,
also an,
also in,
also on,
although one,
shallow and,
valley known,
value known,
value owned,
value shown,
about one,
along one,
because one,
before one,
enough known,
enough shown,
i for one


4 syllables:
really one,
really known,
really owned,
really shown


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