Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with battlewagon:

4 syllables:
battle again,
cattle again,
battle action,
cattle baron,
battle wagons,
cattle wagons,
allen allen,
allen hazen,
fallen nation,
nathan allen,
nation nation,
paddle again,
rabbath ammon,
saddle again,
sarah patton,
barrel again,
battle often,
castle again,
cattle often,
channel again,
panel again,
rachel again,
squatted again,
status again,
travel again,
natl acad,
vagal action,
captain allen,
captain nathan,
castle shannon,
daniel allen,
daniel ammen,
hannah allen,
harold allen,
sarah allen,
shatt al-arab,
shatt al arab,
tamil nation,
battle captain,
cattle barons,
cattle fattened,
cattle rations,
had a lock on,
allen again,
channel often,
classes again,
fallen again,
fashion again,
gallop again,
glasses again,
habit again,
happen again,
jabal amman,
jacket again,
jacob again,
jason again,
latin nation,
nation again,
packet again,
pages again,
passes again,
passion again,
saddle hackle,
sarah lawson,
status often,
travel often,
valid again,
wagon again,
damage action,
fallen back on,
rapid action,
sarah jackson,
valid action

5 syllables:
samuel allen,
mercantile nation

6 syllables:
bilateral action,
collateral action

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