Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with roll on:

2 syllables:
blow gun,
bow pen,
cow man,
cow pen,
do men,
do then,
do when,
does an,
flow can,
go when,
ho nan,
how can,
how man,
how men,
how then,
no fun,
no man,
no men,
no son,
now can,
now done,
now run,
now then,
now when,
one an,
showed an,
shown an,
shows an,
so can,
so then,
so when,
to don,
to man,
to men,
to non,
to run,
to san,
to ten,
to when,
two can,
two men,
two non,
two when,
who can,
who ran,
who run,
who then,
who when,
who won,
wrote an,
co une,
could an,
do an,
hold an,
how an,
now an,
should an,
so an,
to an,
to lunch,
told an,
whole can,
whole man,
would an,
bowl in,
coal in,
goal in,
hole in,
pole in,
role in,
whole in,
bow leg,
close run,
code can,
do let,
do love,
does when,
goal as,
goal has,
gross ton,
growth can,
hole up,
home can,
home run,
home when,
known when,
knows when

3 syllables:
above an,
promote an,
propose an,
suppose an,
enroll in,
above can,
alone can,
alone when,
approach can,
arose when,
as one man,
denotes an

4 syllables:
diploma in

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