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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with -ization:

3 syllables:
night taken,
quite taken,
right taken,
sheikh hasan,
sight taken,
prize taken,
fight asians,
fight satan,
slice taken,
while satan,
white satin,
highway comm'n,
might hasten,
might waken,
pride taken,
quite shaken,
time taken,
while reagan,
flight station,
light station,
right station,
gives satan,
guide patient,
lines taken,
might reign,
right patient,
sides taken,
signs taken,
slides taken,
strides taken,
tight reign,
times taken,
while patient,
eight asian,
might heighten,
plate taken,
shaikh hasan,
shaykh hasan,
weight taken,
zeigt einen,
high wages,
lysate assay


4 syllables:
briefly taken,
chiefly taken,
delight taken,
supplies taken,
advise patient,
wider asian,
design taken,
divine maiden,
unlike reagan,
wyatt aiken,
favourite station,
describe patient,
describes satan,
designs taken,
provide patient,
senile patient,
supine patient,
female asian,
estate taken,
portrait taken,
survey taken,
today taken,
advise patients,
provides patient,
reyes station


5 syllables:
families taken,
entire asian,
entire station,
entire patient,
entire reign,
families maintain


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