Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with misapplication:

5 syllables:
his obligation,
this obligation,
this publication,
this complication,
this accusation,
his obligations,
its obligation,
in publication,
little occasion,
quick publication,
his application,
this application,
crisp publications,
his publications,
its publication,
since publication,
shear relaxation,
strict obligation,
given occasion

6 syllables:
linux application,
official occasion,
until publication,
principal occasion,
civil application,
device application,
express obligation,
given application,
limit application,
linux applications,
little application,
minute application,
rigid application,
sufficient occasion,
written application,
fulfil obligations,
fulfill obligations,
their obligation,
christian application,
discuss application,
gypsum application,
missile applications,
prison education,
religious occasion,
system application,
tissue complication

7 syllables:
explicit allocation,
explicit application,
admission application,
condition application,
decision application,
official application,
religious application,
revision application,
ongoing obligation,
deficit irrigation,
original occasion,
solicit applications

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