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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with negatron:

3 syllables:
zemah duran,
began when,
pellet gun,
began an,
began on,
credit on,
methods on,
feral man,
jedoch schon,
lessons on,
level can,
level when,
levels on,
presence on,
session man,
sessions on,
seven men,
tariffs on,
vessels on,
waren schon,
check up on,
reckon on,
devil an,
era when,
heaven on,
lesson on,
level on,
metal on,
presses on,
seminars on,
session on,
settle on,
settled on,
settles on,
stresses on,
vessel on,
where helen,
where russian,
check button,
brook kedron,
credit ass'n,
credit crunch,
cresta run,
della terra,
fresh mutton,
pledge button,
press baton,
press button,
share button,
where patrons,
chicken run,
begins on,
credits in,
limit man,
limits on,
luggage van,
minute gun,
minute man,
minute men,
minutes on,
pivot gun,
pivot man,
spirit can


4 syllables:
concessions on,
developed an,
developed on,
develops an,
expression can,
credit often,
credit taken,
depression on,
develop an,
develop on,
expresses an,
expression on,
gegen einen,
hegel often,
karen orren,
meditate on,
megan vaughan,
merit heaven,
possesses an,
access button,
addresses on,
betty hutton,
credit foreign,
hotel patrons,
palette button,
refresh button,
reset button,
selah tarrant,
their patron,
exhibits an,
expected when,
directions on,
headed demon,
janet coleman


5 syllables:
library patron,
negative ion,
territory on


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