Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with rattoon:

2 syllables:
at noon,
pat boone,
sprat loon,
that soon,
had soon,
back soon,
flat hoop,
shall soon,
at too,
that too,
shall loose,
at an,
at in,
at on,
at one,
at ten,
cat in,
fat hen,
fat in,
fat on,
flat in,
flat on,
hat in,
hat on,
not soon,
out soon,
pat on,
sat in,
sat on,
that an,
that in,
that on,
that one,
that ten,
that town,
that turn,
what an,
what in,
what on,
what one,
and june,
and soon,
at room,
chat room,
hand hewn,
sand dunes,
that room,
at duke,
back tooth,
bran new,
cat food,
cat suit,
cracked tooth,
draft tube,
fat lute,
flash tube,
flat roof,
frank clune,
gang tooth,
gat toothed,
glass tube,
mast hoop,
pant hoot,
sap tube,
snag tooth,
span new,
than new,
that food,
that huge,
that jews,
that luke,
that move,
that news,
that rule,
that soul,
that suit,
that truth,
that use

3 syllables:
anew in,
value in,
value on,
about noon,
combat in,
combat boot,
jammu and,
statue in,
statute in,
value and,
value can,
value chain,
value earned,
value hence,
value known,
value owned,
value shown,
value than,
value when,
values in

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