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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with fellation:

3 syllables:
essays on,
senate on,
yet taken,
essay on,
well shaven,
well taken,
shell station,
bread taken,
breath taken,
care taken,
deadweight ton,
death hastened,
death taken,
flesh taken,
pledge taken,
share taken,
sketch taken,
step taken,
well able,
where racial,
where satan,
cells taken,
check patient,
check station,
head station,
stressed patient,
twelve laymen,
wealth taken,
where patient,
queer asian,
young asian,
buried on,
but taken,
essays in,
senate in,
set eyes on,
health patient,
health station

4 syllables:
fellow asian,
access station,
express station,
relation in,
relation known,
abdul hasan,
percent asian,
recent asian,
whether asian,
beni hasan,
content taken,
effect taken,
generate an,
janet jagan,
lennie hayton,
object taken,
project taken,
subject taken,
fellow asians,
wealthy asian,
access patient,
access stations,
assess patient,
compel payment,
express stations,
fellow mason,
legation in,
marcel raymond,
regressed patient,
related in,
repair station,
shelly kagan,
yellow satin,
delhi station,
fellow patient,
relation and,
relation can,
relation shown,
relations in,
relations on,
yellow station

5 syllables:
marcella hazan,
professor hayden,
pamela mason,
develop patient

6 syllables:
acceleration in

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