Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bent on:

2 syllables:
sent an,
spent an,
spent tan,
send an,
spend an,
bren gun,
c'est un,
est en,
est un,
est une,
felt an,
hence an,
kept an,
left an,
penn yan,
sense an,
cents an,
ent man,
et en,
et un,
et une,
met an,
net ton,
set an,
yet an,
held an,
shared an,
them can,
them then,
them when,
well done,
yet done,
air can,
air con,
air gun,
air when,
bears an,
beth haran,
beth horon,
care can,
care when,
cell can,
cette jeune,
dead man,
dead men,
dead run,
dead when,
death can,
death when,
et non,
et son,
gets an,
head can,
head man,
head when,
herr von,
less an,
met when,
press run,
set can,
set gun,
step son,
tell when,
well run,
well then,
well when,
where can,
where man,
where men,
where then,
yet can,
yet when,
cent in,
dent in,
in ten,
ment in,
rent in

3 syllables:
prevent an,
attend an,
accept an,
effect an,
except an,
expect an,
expressed an,
possessed an,
reflect an,
request an,
select an,
agent can,
content can,
enter an,
prepared an,
progress can,
success can,
upset when,
agent in,
content in,
convent in,
percent in

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