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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with season:

2 syllables:
freeze on,
keys on,
these on,
trees on,
tries on,
by sun,
di san,
lease on,
my son,
peace on,
piece on,
thy son,
beach on,
beat on,
been an,
been on,
by ben,
by don,
by gen.,
by jan,
by man,
by men,
by non,
by ten,
by then,
by van,
by von,
by when,
cheat on,
chi nan,
china on,
creek on,
deal on,
die von,
die when,
dream on,
dry run,
dry ton,
dry tonne,
each on,
eat on,
feed on,
feel an,
feet on,
free man,
free men,
green on,
heap on,
heat on,
keen on,
keep an,
keep on,
lean on,
leave an,
leave on,
lien on,
mean an,
meat on,
meet an,
meet on,
my gun,
my man,
my men,
my pen,
need an,
reach an,
read an,
read on,
scene on,
seal on,
seat on,
see men,
see then,
see van,
see when,
seek an,
seem an,
seen an,
seen on,
sheep on


3 syllables:
areas on,
entries on,
ideas on,
release on,
a week on,
achieve an,
agreed on,
appeal on,
asleep on,
believe on,
college on,
compete on,
complete an,
defeat on,
machine on,
proceed on,
receive an,
relief on


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