Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with gas station:

3 syllables:
was stationed,
pulse taken,
chief stations,
has taken,
just taken,
rural stations,
thus taken,
twice taken,
was taken,
bus stations,
drugs taken,
receipt taken,
scales taken,
whales taken,
blood taken,
crush satan,
has stated,
much taken,
parents taken,
stuff taken,
then taken,
was shaken,
was stated,
when taken,
but taken,
chaste maiden,
judge clayton,
put the make on,
books taken,
breaths taken,
debts taken,
sense taken,
ships taken,
since taken,
steps taken,
thence taken,
trips taken,
blood stages,
chief stages,
flood stages,
funds taken,
len deighton,
must've taken,
young stages,
youngest patient

4 syllables:
advice taken,
office taken,
unless taken,
urban stations,
acids taken,
jesus taken,
adults taken,
alice mason,
extent taken,
product taken,
products taken,
result taken,
results taken,
science taken,
agents stationed,
juice taken,
major stations,
other stations,
rechnung tragen,
unless patient,
orange satin,
assets taken,
offence taken,
offense taken,
colors taken,
duties taken,
fluids taken,
moneys taken,
muscle taken,
others taken,
poems taken,
studies taken,
trials taken

5 syllables:
officer stationed,
officer taken,
officers taken,
officers stationed

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