Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with gravamen:

3 syllables:
travel on,
fallen on,
happen on,
nation on,
ash oven,
at a run,
bashes on,
battle on,
castle on,
catches on,
cattle on,
classes on,
damage on,
fan oven,
gang up on,
glasses on,
graham huggan,
graham hutton,
pages on,
panel on,
passes on,
patches on,
ratted on,
rattle on,
shah jahan,
status on,
java man,
backup man,
fallen man,
hatchet man,
hatchet men,
lac lĂ©man,
matt damon,
shall lament,
shall summon,
traveled on,
travelled on,
haven in,
having an,
having on,
adam in,
annum in,
avec un,
avec une,
baal hamon,
forum on,
travel in,
action on,
add-on pen,
add on pen,
balance on,
baron von,
fasten on,
fastened on,
haben schon,
happen when,
happened on,
happens on,
nation can,
nations on,
patent on,
traction on,
acted on,
angle on,
back bacon,
back button,
basket on,
black button,
black cuban,
black russian,
black sedan,
brass button,
cattle pen,
cattle run,
classes can,
damage can,
damage done,
datuk harun,
drag a bunt,
flash button,
glass button,
grafted on,
graham button,
granted an,
granted on,
graph button,
handed on,
handle on,
hangs up on

4 syllables:
compassion on,
examined on,
reaction on,
to happen on,
abba eban,
advances on,
attach button,
example on,
expanded on

5 syllables:
abraham cahan,
capacity on

Some other possibilities:

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