Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sphenodon:

3 syllables:
dehra dun,
hung up on,
britain on,
brush up on,
button on,
chapel on,
couple on,
dutch oven,
gas oven,
jesus on,
let up on,
retain an,
struggle on,
trouble on,
can retain,
command on,
stun baton,
gnetum gnemon,
judge hudson,
judge judson,
san ramon,
then added,
truck laden,
when added,
some hidden,
canal in,
cited on,
comment on,
cousin helen,
glen ellyn,
his sudden,
running an,
running on,
this sudden,
venus in,
was hidden,
come uppance,
comma added,
descent on,
famous men,
judge caton,
jungle hen,
stumble on,
venous hum,
young russian,
bharat bhushan,
blood added,
blood descent,
but added,
button man,
chief added,
chief russian,
douglas added,
douglas denon,
dutch ovens,
flood defence,
genus sus,
guidance on,
has added,
helen hunt,
judge added,
judge bacon,
justice on,
loved helen,
luggage van,
muscle man,
muscles on,
rub a dub,
run amuck

4 syllables:
of a sudden,
on a sudden,
extra button,
alan paton,
asses laden,
conducted an,
conducted on,
consulted on,
extra guidance,
become hidden,
admitted on,
committed an,
committed on,
embedded in,
permitted on,
submitted on,
excel button,
family on,
kamal hossain,
office button,
added added,
alice added,
alice bacon,
bowel lumen,
brother allan,
buddha often,
mother helen,
office added,
payable on,
production on

5 syllables:
abdullah hassan

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