Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with anyone:

2 syllables:
hence one

3 syllables:
carry one,
any known,
any hope,
married one,
merely one,
any who,
engine known,
jenny jones,
twenty known,
carry whole,
garry oak,
any in,
funny bone,
money known,
money owned,
money shown,
any note,
any old,
any role,
barry jones,
bessie jones,
betty jones,
between known,
between one,
carey jones,
carry stone,
cherry jones,
cherry stone,
delhi throne,
eddie jones,
fairly known,
fairly shone,
fairly shown,
fairy stone,
freddie jones,
heavy bones,
heavy groan,
heavy loans,
heavy stone,
heavy tones,
hettie jones,
jennie wrote,
jenny wrote,
jerry jones,
kerry jones,
larry jones,
marie jones,
merely known,
merely shown,
parry jones,
pretty stone,
series known,
series shown,
steady drone,
steady tones,
terry jones,
weary bones,
any to,
denied loans,
deny to,
engine shown,
henry jones,
henry o

4 syllables:
every one,
library known,
library owned,
any open,
library whose,
memory known,
memory shown,
canary stone,
carry alone,
delhi alone,
every known,
every phone,
library loans,
primary tones,
primary zones,
serious one,
whereby one,
agencies known,
any motion,
any notion,
bennie moten,
century known,
enemy known,
energy known,
energy shown,
henry alone,
henry bowen,
henry rowen

5 syllables:
necessary phone,
scenario in,
library alone,
necessary loans,
scenario shown

6 syllables:
necessary alone

Some other possibilities:

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