Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with celadon:

8 letters:
began an,
began on,
devil an,
era when,
level on,
metal on,
cited on

9 letters:
credit on,
heaven on,
lesson on,
vessel on,
rested on,
tested on,
dehra dun,
headed in

10 letters:
care laden,
debt laden,
presses on,
session on,
pellet gun,
methods on,
settled on,
his sudden,
selling on,
telling on,
zealous in,
began when,
develop an,
develop on,
elected on,
erected on,
develop in

11 letters:
stresses on,
where helen,
smell bacon,
tells helen,
zemah duran,
dwelling on,
this sudden,
press baton,
bread ovens,
accepted an,
accepted on,
arrested on,
defended on,
depended on,
detected on,
develops an,
directed on,
expected on,
expended on,
extended on,
rejected on,
selected on,
heavy laden,
admitted on,
of a sudden,
on a sudden,
until helen

12 letters:
where sudden,
check button,
credit ass'n,
fresh mutton,
press button,
share button,
repel sudden,
expresses an,
possesses an,
developed an,
developed on,
addresses on,
collected on,
descended on,
projected on,
reflected on,
requested an,
stella bowen,
suggested an,
suspended on,
vessel laden,
committed an,
committed on,
permitted on,
submitted on,
betty hutton,
reset button,
attention on,
pamela allen

13 letters:
where russian,
pledge button,
depression on,
expression on,
compel assent,
access button

14 letters:
palette button,
refresh button,
marcella hazan

Some other possibilities:

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