Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with stegodon:

3 syllables:
began an,
began on,
credit on,
devil an,
era when,
heaven on,
lesson on,
level on,
metal on,
presses on,
session on,
stresses on,
vessel on,
where helen,
where russian,
began when,
care laden,
debt laden,
methods on,
rested on,
tested on,
where sudden,
zemah duran,
settled on,
began in,
check button,
cited on,
dehra dun,
headed in,
his sudden,
struggle on,
this sudden,
check command,
check russian,
checks up on,
credit ass'n,
fresh mutton,
pellet gun,
pledge button,
press baton,
press button,
section on,
share button,
began as,
bread ovens,
cette facon

4 syllables:
depression on,
develop an,
develop on,
expresses an,
expression on,
possesses an,
collected on,
detected on,
directed on,
elected on,
erected on,
expected on,
projected on,
reflected on,
rejected on,
selected on,
accepted an,
accepted on,
addresses on,
arrested on,
defended on,
depended on,
descended on,
expended on,
extended on,
repel sudden,
requested an,
suggested an,
suspended on,
admitted on,
committed an,
committed on,
of a sudden,
on a sudden,
permitted on,
submitted on,
access button,
betty hutton,
collection on,
developed an,
developed on,
direction on,
election on,
palette button,
projection on,
protection on,
reflection on,
refresh button,
reset button,
selection on,
attention on

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