Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with celadon:

3 syllables:
care laden,
debt laden,
credit on,
began an,
began on,
devil an,
era when,
heaven on,
lesson on,
level on,
metal on,
presses on,
session on,
stresses on,
vessel on,
where helen,
where russian,
pellet gun,
methods on,
rested on,
smell bacon,
tells helen,
tested on,
where sudden,
zemah duran,
settled on,
cited on,
dehra dun,
dwelling on,
headed in,
his sudden,
selling on,
telling on,
this sudden,
zealous in,
check button,
credit ass'n,
fresh mutton,
pledge button,
press baton,
press button,
share button,
began when,
bread ovens

4 syllables:
develop an,
develop on,
repel sudden,
depression on,
expresses an,
expression on,
possesses an,
developed an,
developed on,
accepted an,
accepted on,
addresses on,
arrested on,
collected on,
compel assent,
defended on,
depended on,
descended on,
detected on,
develops an,
directed on,
elected on,
erected on,
expected on,
expended on,
extended on,
projected on,
reflected on,
rejected on,
requested an,
selected on,
stella bowen,
suggested an,
suspended on,
heavy laden,
vessel laden,
admitted on,
committed an,
committed on,
develop in,
of a sudden,
on a sudden,
permitted on,
submitted on,
until helen,
access button,
betty hutton,
palette button,
refresh button,
reset button,
attention on

5 syllables:
marcella hazan,
pamela allen

Some other possibilities:

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