Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with colone:

2 syllables:
follow one,
from one,
got one,
not one,
square one,
whom one,
car loan,
stock loan,
all one,
allow one,
call one,
small one,
block known,
block shown,
car phone,
cause known,
cause shown,
clock shown,
dog bone,
from bone,
from known,
hard one,
large one,
lost one,
most one,
not known,
not shown,
once one,
onto one,
part one,
square known,
square shown,
stock known,
stock owned,
stock shown,
want one,
yacht owned,
block loans,
car loans,
hard loan,
john sloan,
stock loans,
add one,
at one,
back one,
bad one,
black one,
bought one,
catch one,
down one,
for one,
had one,
house one,
jaw bone,
long one,
more one,
nor one,
or one,
out one

3 syllables:
follow an,
follow in,
follow on,
hollow in,
wallow in,
ago in,
ago on,
passage known,
passage shown,
plato in,
follow and,
follow known,
follow ons,
follow when,
followed an,
followed in,
followed on,
followed one,
follows an,
follows in,
follows on,
halo sign,
hollow and,
only one,
rowel bone,
scholar known,
solo man,
volume one,
wholly known,
wholly owned,
about one,
along one,
because one,
before one,
enough known,
enough shown,
i for one

4 syllables:
another one,
chicago in,
piano in

Some other possibilities:

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