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Words that rhyme with inflection:   (176 results)

2 syllables:
csection, flection, flexion, lection, lektion, rection, rektion, section, sektion, vection

3 syllables:
abjection, adjection, advection, affection, annexion, aspection, bijection, bijektion, bilection, bisection, bolection, byelection, collection, complection, complexion, confection, connection, connexion, contection, convection, correction, crosssection, defection, deflection, dejection, despection, detection, dilection, direction, disection, disjection, dissection, effection, ejection, election, emplection, erection, evection, exection, exsection, infection, infektion, injection, injektion, insection, inspection, inspecttion, invection, midsection, neglection, objection, perfection, porrection, prelection, profection, projection, projektion, prospection, protection, provection, refection, reflection, rejection, resection, respection, retection, selection, selektion, subjection, surjection, suspection, trajection, transection, transfection, transsection, transvection, trisection

4 syllables:
anteflexion, by-election, callisection, circumflection, circumflexion, circumspection, circumvection, codirection, coinfection, deselection, desinfektion, disaffection, discomplexion, disconnection, disinfection, disinsection, dorsiflexion, experrection, extrospection, genuflection, genuflexion, hemisection, imperfection, inconnection, incorrection, indirection, insubjection, insurrection, intellection, interjection, internection, intersection, introjection, introspection, irreflection, lipofection, microinjection, misaffection, misdirection, nonelection, postelection, pre-election, precollection, predilection, preelection, preselection, quadrisection, ramisection, re-election, recollection, reconnection, redirection, reelection, reinfection, reinjection, reinspection, reselection, ressurection, resurrection, retroflection, retroflexion, retrojection, retrospection, semiflexion, sentisection, subinfection, superreflection, suprainfection, t-intersection, underfaction, unperfection, venesection, venisection, vivisection

5 syllables:
antirejection, hypercorrection, interconnection, interreflection, lateroflexion, microdissection, misrecollection, overcorrection, overprotection, retroreflection, superinfection, superinjection, teleconnection, undercorrection

6 syllables:

Words that almost rhyme :   (65 results)

2 syllables:
action, beckon, cession, diction, flection, friction, lesson, mention, nation, nixon, question, reckon, second, session, spectrum, stepson, suction, tension, texan, weapon, wesson

3 syllables:
affliction, ascension, attention, conception, congestion, conviction, deception, depression, destruction, exception, expression, impression, inception, induction, infectious, inflected, inflections, infliction, intention, neglected, obreption, oppression, perception, perplexing, perspective, possession, projections, reception, redemption, reflecting, reflections, subreption, suggestion, vacation

4 syllables:
apperception, contraception, interception, misconception, preconception, self-deception

5 syllables:
exteroception, interoception, intussusception, proprioception

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