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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ashen:

2 syllables:
acts done,
act done,
act one,
add one,
al bayan,
al faran,
am one,
anne dunn,
an shun,
asked one,
ask one,
as one,
at one,
at run,
back one,
back run,
bad one,
bass run,
bath bun,
black bun,
black one,
black run,
black sun,
camp one,
can cun,
can one,
can run,
cap gun,
catch one,
cat run,
chang chun,
chang won,
class one,
dans son,
fact one,
flash gun,
frank dunn,
gast gun,
glass gun,
had done,
had fun,
had none,
had one,
had run,
had spun,
had won,
half done,
half ton,
hand one,
hast done,
has done,
has none,
has one,
has run,
has won,
hath done,
have done,
have fun,
have none,
have one,
have run,
have won,
kang won,
last one,
last run,
mad one,
man one,
mash tun,
pac sun,
passed one,
past one,
plat cuisin,
rats gunn,
rat run,
sam nunn,
sand run,
sans son,
shall run,
sham chun,
stacked one,
tank gun,
tan dun,
tan son,
than done,
than none,
than one,
that done,
that gun,
that none,
that one,
that run,
that son,
that sun,
that won,
trap gun,
wang yun,
wang zhen

3 syllables:
matt damon,
perhaps none,
perhaps one,
shawn crahan,
subtract one,
whereas none,
whereas one

4 syllables:
alex albon,
antitank gun,
carmine falcone,
freema agyeman,
lawrence kasdan,
sifan hassan,
sophie gradon,
stuart damon,
understand one,
vidya balan

5 syllables:
abhishek bachchan,
alberto falcone,
dianna agron,
eliza scanlen,
pamela adlon

6 syllables:
artur aleksanyan

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