Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with odon:

2 syllables:
john donne,
god whom,
not once,
donne john,
from john,
from month,
god are,
locke john,
gosh darn,
hard ons,
mod cons,
not own,
from whom,
hot tar,
bar hop,
both are,
car hop,
far are,
from hot,
job hop,
pop pop,
rock cod,
sock hop,
square rod,
stock are,
stock car,
whom are,
add ons,
be bogged down,
bog down,
bogged down,
calm down,
calmed down,
chop down,
cod and,
dalle donne,
drop down,
far down,
from dawn,
from down,
god and,
god damn,
god in,
god on,
god than,
got down,
had once,
jot down,
knock down,
lock down,
maud gonne,
maude gonne,
nod and,
not down,
odd and,
plop down,
rod and,
rod in,
shot down,
stop down,
top down,
wash down,
not fond,
not want,
shalt honour,
barth john,
bayard dodge,
cod lock,
dos-ã -dos,
dos-� -dos,
far month,
from want,
god not,
gods are,
guard dog,
hot dog,
knox john,
modes are,
odd bod,
odd job,
odd lot,
odds are,
par bond,
rods are,
top dog,
trois ponts,
watch dog,
blond giant

3 syllables:
bizarre giant,
le carré john,
lazare hoche,
toddy alm,
bourgeois france,
canaan dog,
father honour,
father john,
follow ons,
horace dodge,
madame marneffe

4 syllables:
canada are

Some other possibilities:

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