Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with add on:

2 syllables:
had an,
had done,
at an,
at ten,
fat hen,
that an,
that ten,
what an,
back an,
chang an,
laugh when,
pass an,
plan an,
than an,
than non,
adds an,
and an,
and done,
bad man,
bad men,
crack den,
glad when,
had lain,
had run,
had ten,
had then,
had when,
had won,
hath done,
mad man,
nach den,
than done,
that don,
that done,
bad in,
clad in,
had in,
at run,
at san,
at when,
att. gen,
att gen,
cast an,
fact an,
fan tan,
fat man,
grant an,
had hung,
hang ten,
hatte schon,
last ten,
mash tun,
passed an,
past ten,
rat run,
than ten,
that can,
that man,
that men,
that non,
that ran,
that run,
that son,
that then,
that van,
that when,
that won,
what can,
what man,
what men,
what then,
ash can,
ask an,
back then,
back when,
bad as,
bag man,
bank can,
bath bun,
black bun,
black man,
black men,
black run,
cap gun,
ch'ang ch'un,
chang ch'un,
chang chun,
class can,
class men,
dans un,
dans une,
drag hunt,
had as,
had dug,
had up

3 syllables:
abram man,
mao dun,
allow an,
daker hen

4 syllables:
abraham man

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