Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cannon:

2 syllables:
plan an,
plan on,
than an,
than non,
than on,
bang on,
chang an,
hang on,
slam on,
sprang on,
add an,
add on,
at an,
at on,
at ten,
back an,
back on,
bag on,
bash on,
black on,
cap on,
cash on,
catch on,
clap on,
class on,
crack on,
dab on,
drag on,
fat hen,
fat on,
flag on,
flash on,
flat on,
glass on,
grass on,
hack on,
had an,
had done,
had on,
hat on,
latch on,
laugh when,
map on,
mass on,
pack on,
pass an,
pass on,
pat on,
patch on,
path on,
rat on,
sat on,
slap on,
snap on,
staff on,
strap on,
tack on,
tag on,
tap on,
that an,
that on,
that ten,
track on,
what an,
what on,
and an,
and done,
and on,
band on,
chance on,
dance on,
dans un,
dans une,
fan tan,
grant an,
hand on,
land on,
plan can,
planned on,
plans on,
plant on,
range on,
sand on,
stance on,
stand on,
than can,
than done,
than man,
than men

3 syllables:
japan on,
abram man,
attack on,
advance on,
expand on,
manner on,
many an,
many on,
off and on,
on and on

4 syllables:
abraham man

Some other possibilities:

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