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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with inactivation:

5 syllables:
in application,
win32 application,
cell activation,
brain activation,
spring application,
swing application,
16-bit application,
16 bit application,
32-bit application,
32 bit application,
his application,
quick application,
skill application,
split application,
thick application,
this application,
which application,
with application,
being activated,
ring vaccination


6 syllables:
trigger activation,
linear activation,
admin application,
prodrug activation,
prevent activation,
causing activation,
during activation,
spreading activation,
chronic activation,
knowledge activation,
tonic activation,
vitro activation,
submit application,
adding animation,
immune activation,
induce activation,
input activation,
ligand activation,
thrombin activation


7 syllables:
nonlinear activation,
acidic activation,
excessive activation,
continued activation,
sufficient activation,
transcription activation


8 syllables:
metabolic activation,
oncogenic activation


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