Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with seasoned:

2 syllables:
free tongued,
dry rubbed,
roughly shoved,
surely loved,
they loved,
cream sundae,
been tuned,
breeze tugged,
jeans hugged,
lie abed,
freeze on,
keys on,
sees an,
seize on,
these funds,
these on,
trees on,
tries on,
lease signed,
peace signed,
piece signed,
please send,
they send,
they signed,
deep end,
each end,
knee bend,
they tend,
week end,
been judged,
dry runs,
free lunch,
freeze ups,
key punch,
my lunch,
queen loved,
steep rugged,
sweet tunes,
they convey,
beauties and,
by end,
cheese head,
free end,
geese and

3 syllables:
machine hummed,
ice-cream sundae,
ice cream sundae,
reason had,
been on head,
china and,
crisis had,
even had,
even heard,
even need,
ideas culled,
machine gunned,
region had,
relief funds,
villa and,
villa owned,
areas on,
brian heard,
crisis and,
entries on,
ideas conveyed,
ideas on,
lea and,
sea and,
season and,
season showed,
decree signed,
release signed,
extreme end,
ubi sunt,
leila ahmed,
beetle head,
china showed,
china viewed,
legal aid,
lima wood,
villa verde,
areas and,
areas owned,
areas zoned,
degrees earned,
entries and,
ideas and

4 syllables:
rhodesia and,
saliva and,
area and,
idea and

Some other possibilities:

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Book See seasoned used in context: 7 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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