Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with artesian:

3 syllables:
parties on,
party can,
party man,
party when,
heart lesion,
party on,
barely eaten,
rarely eaten,
heart region,
square region,
army on,
got even,
hearty lunch,
not eaten,
not even,
parties can,
partly eaten,
smart weapon,
squarely on,
bob keeshan,
from region,
heart lesions,
partly on,
pskov region,
shock region,
somme region,
from reason,
not reason,
only can,
only done,
only man,
only men,
only non,
only son,
only ten,
only then,
only when,
forty men,
parties in,
shore teetan,
bodies on,
charge region,
giant region,
hardly eaten,
hearty young,
large region,
locked region,
marche region,
party chief,
saarc region,
arch villain,
bob beamon,
cause lesions,
charles eaton,
closely on,
coffee can,
from even,
largely eaten,
mostly eaten,
only an,
only on,
parties as,
party bus,
party but,
party was,
scarcely eaten,
sharp weapon,
tommy gun,
volley gun,
party in,
hardly an,
karst region,
marked region,
square regions

4 syllables:
bizarre reason,
party often,
alsace region,
hardy often,
ozark region,
archean eon,
barely hidden,
charlie allen,
charlie haden,
madame guion,
properties on,
property can,
property man,
quality can,
rarely happen,
robert eaton,
starry heaven,
artery shunt,
hearty fashion,
hearty german,
loire region,
marta region,
party action,
party passion

5 syllables:
malabar region

6 syllables:
krasnodar region

Some other possibilities:

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