Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with salomon:

3 syllables:
baal hamon,
java man,
police on,
column on,
police man,
problem on,
chosen on,
common on,
often an,
often on,
causes an,
cottage on,
data can,
data when,
losses on,
mama san,
model on,
plotted on,
potted on,
cotton on,
block command,
block comment,
common man,
common men,
police van,
tronc commun,
columns on,
problem can,
problem when,
problems on,
fallen on,
rolling on,
bottom in,
forum on,
police in,
solace in,
solid in,
bargain on,
boston on,
common run,
commons on,
garden on,
london on,
often can,
often done,
often when,
option on,
baba ganoosh,
block button,
bottom ice,
bottom up,
boxes on,
cause sudden,
charges on,
dodge sedan,
from russian,
glost oven,
hot button,
john huston,
market on,
model can,
modeled on,
models on,
naval gun,
not detain,
not retain,
police as,
ramat gan,
rock hudson,
solid as,
square button,
started an,
started on

4 syllables:
bowel lumen,
deposit on,
madame husson,
colony on,
follow up on,
bourgeois woman,
adopted an,
adopted on,
bobby hutton,
clara vaughan,
deposits on,
donna allen,
drama often,
father allan,
gonna happen,
jaguar sedan,
kaibara ekken,
khwaja hasan,
liable on,
nannie helen,
responses on,
strata often

5 syllables:
economy on,
canada often,
fianna eireann,
philosophy on

6 syllables:
alabama cotton

Some other possibilities:

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