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

5 letters:
et en,
et un

6 letters:
et une,
met an,
set an,
yet an,
est en,
est un,
et non,
et son,
era in

7 letters:
bear an,
lead an,
net ton,
them an,
felt an,
held an,
bell in,
cell in,
fell in,
fill an,
hell in,
sell in,
tell in,
well in,
air can,
air con,
air gun,
cell as,
est une,
fell as,
gets an,
kept an,
left an,
less an

8 letters:
share an,
where an,
cell can,
well run,
shell in,
still an,
air when,
bears an,
bren gun,
c'est un,
care can,
cell has,
dead man,
dead men,
dead run,
head can,
head man,
hence an,
herr von,
met when,
penn yan,
hotel in,
until an,
arena in,
carry an,
never an

9 letters:
heath hen,
tell when,
well done,
well then,
well when,
cell lung,
well hung,
care when,
dead when,
death can,
head when,
press run,
accept an,
attend an,
compel us,
effect an,
except an,
expect an,
hotel has

10 letters:
beth haran,
beth horon,
death when,
express an,
possess an,
as well as,
prevent an,
reflect an,
request an,
dilemma in

11 letters:
cette jeune,
delle acque,
nelle acque,
press ass'n,
prairie hen,
prepared an,
declared an

12 letters:
expressed an,
possessed an,
progress can

Some other possibilities:

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