Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bunyan:

2 syllables:
done when,
man when,
men when,
then when,
ban lon,
bon bon,
bon ton,
can can,
can run,
can then,
ch'en ch'un,
con con,
con man,
con men,
convey an,
fen phen,
front on,
fun run,
guns on,
hen run,
jan van,
lunch on,
man can,
man man,
man then,
men can,
men then,
ones on,
phen fen,
runs on,
sponge on,
sten gun,
stun gun,
ten men,
then can,
then ran,
then run,
van den,
von den,
when can,
when done,
when man,
when men,
won ton,
ban on,
can an,
can on,
con un,
done an,
done on,
gun on,
man an,
man on,
men on,
qua non,
ran an,
ran on,
run an,
run on,
son on,
sun on,
then an,
then on,
when an,
when on,
won an,
come when,
but when,
comes on,
drunk on,
dump on,
get when,
has won,
hung ten,
jump on,
love when,
much when,
nem. con,
nem con,
some can,
some fun,
some non,
some ten,
thus when,
up when,
was when,
was won,
young gun,
young man,
young men,
young scion,
young son

3 syllables:
accent on,
entrance on,
extent on,
begun on,
arise when,
becomes an,
ended when,
office when

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