Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with trazodone:

3 syllables:
causes an,
plotted on,
potted on,
cause sudden,
chosen on,
losses on,
baal hamon,
common on,
cottage on,
data can,
data when,
java man,
mama san,
model on,
often an,
often on,
police on,
dodge sedan,
cause added,
cotton on,
modeled on,
often done,
rock hudson,
started an,
started on,
thomas dunne,
wanted an,
caused sudden,
causes in,
causing an,
nodded in,
plotted in,
ratted on,
solid in,
block button,
boston on,
boxes on,
glost oven,
hot button,
john huston,
market on,
not detain,
not retain,
ramat gan,
square button,
baba ganoosh,
bargain on,
block command,
block comment,
causes as,
causes us,
charges on,
column on,
common man,
common men,
common run,
commons on,
from russian,
garden on,
hotted up,
locke added,
london on,
model can,
models on,
naval gun,
nodded as,
not added,
often can,
often when,
option on

4 syllables:
deposit on,
madame husson,
deposits on,
jaguar sedan,
adopted an,
adopted on,
posited on,
deposit in,
because helen,
bobby hutton,
responses on,
bowel lumen,
clara vaughan,
colony on,
donna allen,
drama often,
father allan,
follow up on,
gonna happen,
kaibara ekken,
khwaja hasan,
liable on,
nannie helen,
passage added

5 syllables:
deposited on,
philosophy on,
canada often,
economy on,
fianna eireann

6 syllables:
alabama cotton

Some other possibilities:

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