Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with adynaton:

3 syllables:
limit on,
cousin helen,
pivot on,
spirit on,
visit on,
minute gun,
minute man,
minute men,
minutes on,
skin button,
witnessed an,
cited on,
his sudden,
image on,
this sudden,
device on,
given an,
given on,
little on,
mission on,
pick up on,
prison on,
switches on,
wishes on,
written an,
written on,
minute in,
bin laden,
firing button,
limit man,
limits on,
printed on,
business on,
click button,
dick button,
hinges on,
in russian,
inches on,
income on,
pivot gun,
pivot man,
signal on,
since helen,
spirit can,
split button,
still retain,
switch button,
this button,
trinil man,
which retain,
will retain,
in britain,
minute guns,
minute lunch,
minutes when,
prince sultan,
print button,
bring it on,
limit in,
bring sudden,
cousin ellen,
credit on,
hinging on,
in heaven,
pinning on,
signing on,
spirit in,
there written,
thing undone

4 syllables:
exhibit an,
login button,
admitted on,
committed an,
committed on,
permitted on,
submitted on,
commission on,
condition on,
decision on,
division on,
religion on,
suspicion on,
until helen,
allyn bacon,
cinema in,
clear button,
commit button,
exhibits an,
opinion on,
submit button,
transmit button,
contingent on,
guinea hen,
minister on,
minute alone,
rewind button,
deficit in,
exhibit in,
explicit in,
extra button

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