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

2 syllables:
et en,
et un,
et une,
met an,
net ton,
yet an,
lead an,
bear an,
heath hen,
share an,
them an,
where an,
c'est un,
cette jeune,
est en,
est un,
est une,
et non,
et son,
felt an,
gets an,
kept an,
left an,
met when,
sent an,
spent an,
spent tan,
yet can,
yet done,
yet when,
but an,
but ten,
debt in,
dressed in,
et in,
foot ton,
get an,
it an,
let an,
met in,
net in,
put an,
stressed in,
threat in,
yet in,
dead man,
dead men,
dead run,
dead when,
head can,
head man,
head when,
held an,
send an,
shared an,
spend an,
well done,
air can,
air con,
air gun,
air when,
bears an,
beth haran,
beth horon,
bren gun,
care can,
care when,
cell can,
death can,
death when,
debt as,
debt has,
dressed as,
dressed up,
et al

3 syllables:
express an,
possess an,
accept an,
effect an,
except an,
expect an,
expressed an,
possessed an,
prevent an,
reflect an,
request an,
select an,
upset when,
addressed in,
commit an,
submit an,
attend an,
prepared an,
addressed as,
arena in,
carry an,
era in

4 syllables:
cigarette in,
declared an,
dilemma in

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