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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with misapplication:

14 letters:
his obligation,
its obligation,
in publication,
given occasion


15 letters:
this obligation,
this accusation,
his obligations,
little occasion,
his application,
its publication


16 letters:
this publication,
this application,
his publications,
shear relaxation,
their obligation,
prison education


17 letters:
this complication,
quick publication,
since publication,
strict obligation,
linux application,
official occasion,
until publication,
civil application,
given application,
limit application,
rigid application,
original occasion


18 letters:
crisp publications,
principal occasion,
device application,
express obligation,
linux applications,
little application,
minute application,
fulfil obligations,
gypsum application,
religious occasion,
system application,
ongoing obligation,
deficit irrigation


19 letters:
sufficient occasion,
written application,
fulfill obligations,
discuss application,
tissue complication,
explicit allocation


20 letters:
missile applications,
explicit application,
decision application,
official application,
revision application,
solicit applications


21 letters:
christian application,
admission application,
condition application,
religious application


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