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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with petron:

2 syllables:
delle donne,
where john,
cette bonne,
wet rot,
net tons,
where honour,
where once,
yet once,
thread drawn,
but john,
czech crown,
dressed down,
net down,
nett down,
set down,
wet down,
cette somme,
dead drop,
debt bomb,
friend john,
cette cause,
debts are,
et par,
etc. are,
jet wash,
pair bond,
pressure are,
set shot,
sets are,
sweat lodge,
sweat sock,
terre bonne,
wet bar,
wet dock,
where giant,
yet both,
yet far,
yet god,
yet not,
met from,
set from,
sweat from,
threat from,
yet from,
air are,
belle france,
blessed month,
care are,
pair are,
pelt rot,
set are,
set top,
stair rod,
them once,
where are,
where france,
yet are,
zephyr yarn,
dead pan,
dead than,
bear down,
bear down/,
bend down,
bull john,
care than,
dead calm,
dear john,
deere john,
don john,
ebb down,
fair lawn,
fell down,
gell mann,
gen. john,
gwen john


3 syllables:
petrol line,
alain robbe,
assets are,
assez bonne,
barry john,
fletcher john,
henny jahnn,
marcel carne,
michelle kwan,
perfect honour,
reflect honour,
janet brown,
janet browne,
progressed from,
compel france,
debt of honour,
hotel terrace,
letter bond,
prairie ronde,
prester john,
recent month,
reflects honour


4 syllables:
reverend john,
professor john,
ancienne france


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