Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with stanchion:

3 syllables:
dandy hen,
many an,
many on,
apply an,
and even,
candy man,
fancy man,
grand deacon,
handy man,
mallee hen,
tally on,
thanh nguyen,
valley on,
blanche wiesen,
many can,
many men,
many non,
than even,
county on,
only an,
only on,
ante up,
apply when,
at milan,
badly eaten,
black client,
black legion,
black region,
candy ass,
fancy up,
grass region,
had beaten,
had reason,
shall reason,
shall weaken,
slack season,
that reason,
that region,
that season,
track season,
what reason,
many in,
amy tan,
range beacon,
range region,
range weapon,
and reason,
at even,
atty. gen,
atty gen,
batty man,
carried an,
carried on,
carries an,
carries on,
gland region,
grand reason,
grande region,
grass eaten,
had eaten,
had even,
happy man,
happy when,
many as,
many u.s.,
nancy thoennes,
plants eaten,
sally lunn,
scant reason,
that even

4 syllables:
really an,
assam region,
patty sheehan,
strategy on,
combat weapon,
exactly on,
canon sheehan,
as many as,
deane beman,
diane keaton,
fancy alone,
fancy often,
gandhi alone,
gandhi often,
guayana region,
japan sweden,
nancy allen,
nancy ellen,
planar region,
really can,
sandy ocean,
stanley houghton,
stanley hyman,
unhappy man

5 syllables:
capacity on,
anemia in,
montana region,
savanna region,
savannah region

6 syllables:
kaliningrad region

Some other possibilities:

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