Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with chalcedon:

3 syllables:
black sedan,
shall summon,
shall detain,
shall retain,
acted on,
grafted on,
granted an,
granted on,
handed on,
landed on,
pasted on,
planted on,
stranded on,
taxes on,
castle on,
classes on,
fallen on,
glasses on,
passes on,
ratted on,
back button,
basket on,
black button,
brass button,
fastened on,
flash button,
glass button,
graham button,
graph button,
hangs up on,
ramsay allan,
track button,
action on,
angle on,
back bacon,
black cuban,
black russian,
fasten on,
handle on,
matt damon,
practice on,
ramble on,
statt dessen,
thank helen,
that russian,
traction on,
trample on,
brought sudden,
brown sedan,
cause sudden,
dodge sedan,
or sudden,
absent on,
bland sutton,
frank sutton,
graham hutton,
ralph assheton,
ralph dutton,
ralph paton,
shall succumb,
ash oven,
at a run,
bashes on,
battle on,
catches on,
cattle on,
damage on,
daniel dayan,
fan oven,
francis jeune,
gang up on,
graham huggan,
had summoned,
handsome man,
happen on,
nation on,
packs a punch,
pages on,
panel on,
patches on,
pratt judson

4 syllables:
khalsa dewan,
advances on,
expanded on,
sally seton,
rather sudden,
value laden,
attach button,
khalsa diwan,
example on,
reaction on,
jaguar sedan,
calcutta in,
collapse button,
value button,
allow russian,
although helen,
compassion on,
rather sullen

5 syllables:
abraham cahan

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