Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with balaton:

3 syllables:
fallen on,
graham hutton,
shall detain,
shall retain,
ratted on,
ash oven,
at a run,
bashes on,
battle on,
castle on,
catches on,
cattle on,
classes on,
damage on,
fan oven,
gang up on,
glasses on,
graham huggan,
happen on,
nation on,
pages on,
panel on,
passes on,
patches on,
shah jahan,
status on,
travel on,
back button,
balance on,
basket on,
black button,
brass button,
fallen man,
flash button,
glass button,
graham button,
graph button,
hatchet man,
hatchet men,
patent on,
shall assent,
shall lament,
shall summon,
track button,
balanced on,
pamphlet on,
ralph assheton,
ralph dutton,
ralph paton,
valid in,
at eton,
baal hamon,
black kitten,
calling on,
claude haton,
fallen in,
falling on,
habit in,
police on,
tappit hen,
acted on,
black sedan,
damage done,
fastened on,
grafted on,
granted an,
granted on,
handed on,
happened on,
landed on,
pasted on,
planted on,
stranded on,
traveled on,
travelled on,
valid as,
action on,
add-on pen,
add on pen,
angle on,
back bacon,
backup man,
baron von,
black cuban

4 syllables:
compassion on,
attach button,
sarah hutton,
allen eaton,
calcutta in,
sally seton,
value button,
deposit on,
examined on,
expanded on,
abba eban,
advances on

5 syllables:
capacity on,
abraham cahan

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