Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with histone:

2 syllables:
swiss stone,
this stone,
his phone,
in tone,
into one,
is known,
is shown,
paris known,
ring tone,
this loan,
beer stone,
christ known,
christ shown,
ear stone,
his one,
his owne,
in stone,
is one,
it one,
its tone,
mill stone,
sheer stone,
split stone,
thick stone,
this one,
with stone,
build one,
killed one,
being known,
being shown,
bridge known,
bridge loan,
bridge shown,
fish bone,
flip phone,
hip bone,
if known,
in bone,
ip phone,
it known,
its one,
quick phone,
ridge known,
shin bone,
since one,
skill shown,
sphere shown,
spring known,
spring shown,
still known,
still shone,
still shown,
string shown,
strip known,
strip shown,
swing loan,
switch shown,
there known,
there shone,
there shown,
thing known,
thing shown,
things one,
think one,
trick known,
were known,
were shown,
which shone,
wish bone,
with bone,
with known,
years one,
best one,
blessed one,
douglas stone,
just one,
must one,
did one,
being one,
big one,
bring one,
chris jones,
christ whose,
clipped tones,
dear one,
flip one

3 syllables:
clear stone,
lewis stone,
adding known,
until shown,
alice stone,
a quick one,
adding one,
conflict known,
exist whose,
fifty one

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