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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with occitan:

3 syllables:
chosen on,
losses on,
causes an,
plotted on,
potted on,
baal hamon,
common on,
cottage on,
data can,
data when,
java man,
mama san,
model on,
often an,
often on,
police on,
cause sudden,
dodge sedan,
block button,
boston on,
boxes on,
cotton on,
glost oven,
john huston,
market on,
not detain,
not retain,
ramat gan,
square button,
castle on,
chosen in,
classes on,
claude haton,
glasses on,
got it on,
graham hutton,
houses on,
losses in,
passes on,
process on,
profit on,
prophet in,
modeled on,
often done,
rock hudson,
started an,
started on,
thomas dunne,
wanted an,
baba ganoosh,
bargain on,
block command,
block comment,
charges on,
chosen as,
column on,
common man,
common men,
common run,
commons on,
from russian,
garden on,
london on,
losses as,
model can,
models on,
naval gun,
often can,
often when,
option on,
police man


4 syllables:
deposit on,
madame husson,
deposits on,
jaguar sedan,
bobby hutton,
responses on,
response button,
deposit in,
prepare written,
adopted an,
adopted on,
bowel lumen,
clara vaughan,
colony on,
donna allen,
drama often,
father allan,
follow up on,
gonna happen,
kaibara ekken,
khwaja hasan,
liable on,
nannie helen


5 syllables:
philosophy on,
canada often,
economy on,
fianna eireann


6 syllables:
alabama cotton


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