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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with take ten:

2 syllables:
fake tan,
based on,
based on/,
brake van,
faced an,
lake van,
make fun,
make man,
make men,
make when,
makes an,
paint on,
placed an,
placed on,
shakes on,
brake on,
date on,
day can,
freight ton,
lake on,
late on,
make an,
make on,
plate on,
rate on,
spray can,
spray tan,
state an,
state on,
straight on,
wait on,
way can,
weight on,
weighed on,
bailed on,
blamed on,
gained an,
gained on,
gazed on,
have done,
nailed on,
named on,
quayle dan,
raised an,
raised on,
sailed on,
trained on,
age can,
age when,
ape man,
ape men,
bales on,
brain can,
brave man,
brave men,
came when,
cane gun,
cape bon,
case can,
case when,
cave man,
cave men,
chain gun,
change an,
change on,
chase gun,
claims on,
date when,
dates on,
days when,
eight men,
face when


3 syllables:
restraint on,
create an,
debate on,
dilate on,
estate on,
today can,
update on,
always done,
contained an,
contained on,
engaged on,
engraved on,
explained on,
obtained an,
obtained on,
prevailed on,
remained an,
remained on,
retained on,
contains an,
creates an,
debates on,
detail man,
details on,
exchange on


4 syllables:
concentrate on,
predicate on,
concentrates on


Some other possibilities:

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