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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with stand alone:

2 syllables:
and loan


3 syllables:
candle shone,
handle shown,
at cologne,
mansion known,
random phone,
candles shone,
channel known,
channel shown,
panel shown,
action known,
faction known,
london known,
angle shown,
ankle bone,
sample known,
sample shown,
and above,
branches known,
branches shown,
dances known,
fashion known,
mansion owned,
nation known,
ranges shown,
shall atone,
candle in,
handle in,
handle on,
scandal in,
battle known,
cattle known,
cattle loans,
cattle owned,
granted loans,
mantle thrown,
randle holme,
candle coal,
cannon bone,
canon bone,
channel whose,
daniel jones,
daniel stone,
grandpa jones,
handel wrote,
handle loads,
handle those,
hannah jones,
hannah stone,
panel whose,
randall wrote,
mountain known,
wanted one,
garden known,
and below,
angel whose,
angle whose,
candle to,
channels known,
channels shown,
gland below,
grande below,
hamlet known,
handle to,
panels shown,
plant above,
practice known,
sample whose


4 syllables:
financial loans,
abstraction known,
reaction known,
example known,
example shown,
rectangle shown,
triangle shown,
abandon hope,
callable loan,
advances loans,
animal known,
animal shown,
annual loans,
lndiana jones,
nathaniel hone,
natural one,
random motion,
savanna zones,
camera phone,
camera shown,
example whose,
had a load on,
handle women,
randall holden,
rectangle whose,
triangle whose


5 syllables:
collateral loan


Some other possibilities:

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