Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with peloton:

3 syllables:
credit on,
pellet gun,
began an,
began on,
check up on,
devil an,
era when,
heaven on,
lesson on,
level on,
metal on,
presses on,
reckon on,
session on,
settle on,
stresses on,
vessel on,
where helen,
where russian,
care laden,
debt laden,
check button,
credit ass'n,
fresh mutton,
pledge button,
press baton,
press button,
share button,
smell bacon,
tells helen,
cells button,
cells retain,
welsh mutton,
credit in,
debut in,
dwelling on,
limit on,
merit in,
pivot on,
selling on,
spirit on,
telling on,
visit on,
where written,
zealous in,
methods on,
rested on,
tested on,
where sudden,
zemah duran,
began when

4 syllables:
develop an,
develop on,
developed an,
developed on,
depression on,
expresses an,
expression on,
possesses an,
repel sudden,
access button,
addresses on,
betty hutton,
compel assent,
develops an,
palette button,
refresh button,
reset button,
stella bowen,
belly button,
compel britain,
yellow button,
develop in,
exhibit an,
extra button,
until helen,
accepted an,
accepted on,
arrested on,
collected on,
defended on,
depended on,
descended on,
detected on,
directed on,
elected on,
erected on,
expected on,
expended on,
extended on,
projected on,
reflected on,
rejected on,
requested an,
selected on,
suggested an,
suspended on,
attention on

5 syllables:
marcella hazan,
pamela allen

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