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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with inventions:

3 syllables:
in sections,
infec tions,
rinse sections,
smith mentions,
thin sections,
which mentions,
bring sections,
build engines,
built engines,
sized engines,
string sections,
bridge sections,
cliff sections,
lis pendens,
thick sections,
switch engines,
winged demons,
drill sessions,
fringed gentians,
in senses,
intense as,
paris sections,
skin senses,
king penguins,
in tension,
princess comes,
quick questions,
trick questions,
rural tensions,
twice mentions,
being mentioned,
climb fences,
fixed engines,
in questions,
thing mentioned

4 syllables:
invention whose,
resin sections,
inner tensions,
login sessions,
adding sections,
invention was,
urban tensions,
drawing pensions,
growing tensions,
paying pensions,
infection has,
inner sections,
invent others,
lewis mentions,
thinner sections,
tissue tensions,
dimension whose,
invention is,
hidden tensions,
intention was,
invention in,
invention known,
invention of,
invention or,
reflect tensions,
urban sections,
growing sections,
invent options,
invention comes,
invention seems,
missile engines,
showing sections,
switching engines,
warring sections,
whitney engines

5 syllables:
ongoing tensions,
violin lessons,
tradition mentions,
ensuing sections,
ignition engines,
intervention whose

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