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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with paralation:

4 syllables:
cette occasion,
fresh occasion,
seven asian,
credit taken,
meditate on,
nurul hasan,
chair adjacent,
rare occasions,
where adjacent,
level taken,
metal taken,
serum taken,
speculate on,
vessel taken,
cette relation,
petch relation,
pressure relation,
where relations,
central asian,
level station,
penal station,
special patient,
middle asian,
there occasion,
beautif ication,
michael aiken,
michael hayden,
michael heyman,
spread duration,
careful patient,
death occasioned,
febrile patient,
pressure pulsation


5 syllables:
excess sedation,
bear a relation,
pamela mason,
several asian,
successful asian,
various asian,
whereas asian,
develop patient,
marcella hazan,
solemn adjuration,
vienna station,
express relation,
repair relations,
their relation,
level location,
revelation in,
special location,
vessel ligation,
affected asian,
any occasion,
bears a relation,
better occasion,
careful location,
developed asian,
perfect occasion,
recent occasion,
selected asian,
solemn occasion


6 syllables:
primarily asian,
malaria patient,
mateo aleman,
primarily taken,
burial location,
malarial patient


7 syllables:
necessary occasion,
necessarily taken


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