Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with exhaustion:

2 syllables:
boss man,
cross bun,
crossed on,
launch an,
loss can,
loss when,
cross on,
gloss on,
loss on,
laws can,
all can,
all done,
all men,
all non,
all ten,
all when,
auf den,
ball pen,
board on,
born on,
borne on,
called an,
called on,
calls on,
corn on,
course an,
course on,
court on,
dawned on,
door when,
doors on,
fall when,
falls on,
for fun,
for man,
for men,
for non,
for san,
for ten,
for then,
for when,
force an,
force on,
form an,
form on,
fort on,
forth an,
forth on,
half done,
horse on,
long can,
long run,
long ton,
more can,
more fun,
more men,
more then,
more when,
nor can,
north on,
or can,
or done,
or man,
or men,
or non,
or ten,
or when,
port on,
salt on,
scores on,
short on,
short ton,
small man,
soft on,
songs on,
source on,
sprawled on,
stored on,
strong man,
strong men,
talked on,
talks on

3 syllables:
because man,
because men,
because then,
because when,
among men,
among non,
assault gun,
before man,
before men,
before then,
before when,
perform an,
perform on,
record on,
report an,
report on,
support an,
support on

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