Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lessen:

2 syllables:
press on,
air on,
bear an,
bear on,
bet on,
breath on,
care on,
chair on,
check on,
dead on,
death on,
debt on,
dwell on,
edge on,
egg on,
err on,
et en,
et un,
et une,
fell on,
hair on,
head on,
heath hen,
hell on,
lead an,
lead on,
met an,
met on,
net ton,
sell on,
set an,
set on,
share an,
spread on,
step on,
tell on,
them an,
them on,
tread on,
wear on,
well on,
where an,
where on,
yet an,
yet on,
best on,
c'est un,
checks on,
else on,
est en,
est un,
est une,
et son,
gets an,
gets on,
hence an,
lets on,
nest on,
press ass'n,
press run,
pressed on,
rest on,
sense an,
sets on,
sex on,
step son,
steps on,
test on,
west on,
his on,
his son,
is an,
is on,
kiss on,
paris on

3 syllables:
express an,
possess an,
progress on,
success on,
ahead on,
hotel on,
accessed on,
address on,
assessed on,
essay on,
expressed an,
expressed on,
possessed an,
progress can,
request an,
success can,
access in,
advice on,
arise on,
excess in,
office on

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