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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with gotten:

2 syllables:
blot on,
data on,
hot on,
lot on,
not an,
not on,
not ten,
pot on,
shot on,
spot on,
god on,
bar on,
block on,
both an,
both on,
car on,
cause an,
clock on,
cop on,
dog on,
drop on,
far on,
fog gun,
from an,
from man,
from men,
from on,
hop on,
job on,
jog on,
knock on,
lock on,
log on,
par un,
par une,
rock on,
scar on,
shop on,
square on,
star on,
stock on,
stop on,
watch on,
whom an,
art on,
chart on,
copped on,
cost on,
dots on,
dropped on,
from ten,
heart on,
hot sun,
knocked on,
locked on,
lost an,
lost on,
not done,
not man,
not men,
not run,
not then,
not when,
not won,
part an,
part on,
pots on,
shot gun,
spots on,
start an,
start on,
stopped on,
the top ten,
top ten,
want an,
at an,
at on,
at ten,
bought an,
bought on,
brought an,
brought on,
caught on,
doubt on,
fat hen,
fat on


3 syllables:
o'clock on,
passage on,
prepare an,
adopt an,
apart on,
data in,
strata in,
about an,
about on,
about ten,
assault on,
default on


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