Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with rayons:

2 syllables:
day as,
day has,
eight tunes,
gray nuns,
lay as,
may as,
pay as,
play as,
play has,
spray guns,
stay as,
way as,
way has,
day comes,
snake comes,
may bugs,
play hunch,
sei whales,
age as,
age has,
aid as,
aid has,
aim has,
asia as,
base as,
base has,
bay on,
bay was,
brain as,
brain has,
brave as,
came as,
case as,
case has,
claim as,
claim has,
clay was,
date as,
date has,
day an,
day on,
day was,
days as,
face as,
face has,
faith as,
faith has,
fame as,
fate as,
fate has,
frame as,
gain as,
game as,
game has,
gave as,
grace as,
gray hen,
gray was,
have as,
late as,
lay an,
lay on,
made as

3 syllables:
away as,
survey has,
today as,
today has,
friday comes,
today comes,
female aedes,
always as,
always has,
away an,
away on,
away was,
became as,
behave as,
campaign as,
contain as,
debate as,
debate has,
decade has,
delay was,
detail as,
estate as,
layer has,
layman knows,
layman whose,
laymen whose

4 syllables:
creation as,
creation whose,
frication noise

5 syllables:
combination whose,
compensation as,
concentration as,
conversation as,
conversation whose,
explanation as,
explanation has

Some other possibilities:

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