Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with reset button:

3 syllables:
press baton,
debt laden,
cette facon,
fresh mutton,
smell bacon,
credit on,
metal on,
settle on,
where britain,
care laden,
pressed britain,
rested on,
swept britain,
temple on,
tested on,
west briton,
where sudden,
check russian,
checks up on,
cresta run,
fresh russian,
friend allan,
friend helen,
pencil on,
question on,
section on,
tells helen,
tension on,
bharat bhushan,
gets it on,
set foot on,
stun baton,
sweat began,
threat began,
witnessed an,
yet begun,
began an,
began on,
cells retain,
check up on,
devil an

4 syllables:
compel britain,
accept britain,
accepted an,
accepted on,
affect britain,
arrested on,
betty hutton,
collected on,
defended on,
depended on,
descended on,
detected on,
directed on,
elected on,
erected on,
except britain,
expect britain,
expected on,
expended on,
extended on,
prevent britain,
projected on,
protect britain,
reflected on,
rejected on,
repel sudden,
requested an,
selected on,
suggested an,
suspended on,
attention on,
collection on,
consensus on,
convention on,
direction on,
election on,
expenses on,
projection on,
protection on,
reflection on,
selection on,
gazette began,
janet began,
assembled on,
expect sudden,
prevent sudden,
prevents sudden,
accept russian,
assessment on,
attendant on,
density on,
dependant on,
dependent on,
depression on,
develop an,
develop on,
direct russian

5 syllables:
professor paton,
competition on

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