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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pension fund:

3 syllables:
pensions funds,
tension filled,
tension found,
leben und,
mentioned on,
special funds,
senses dulled,
senses reeled,
section filled,
tension build,
air command,
dread command,
fetch command,
mention must,
netsh command,
pleasant tongued,
press command,
question stunned,
share command,
shell command,
sketch command,
spell command,
stretch command,
temple funds,
tension comes,
tension on


4 syllables:
election funds,
protection funds,
tension heightened,
convention signed,
expended funds,
section opened,
convention found,
redemption funds,
attention can,
attention when,
expression conveyed,
session opened,
tension needed,
tension remained,
tensions heightened,
access command,
attention comes,
attention must,
attention on,
contention comes,
convention comes,
convention on,
express command,
palette command,
question happened,
question opened,
refresh command,
reset command,
suggestion conveyed,
tension often


5 syllables:
convention opened,
extensions added,
supplemental funds,
suspension colloid,
attention needed,
attention remained,
attention returned,
convention added,
convention defined,
convention designed,
convention offered,
convention remained,
extension added,
attention often,
convention adjourned,
convention often,
conventional and,
expression softened,
suspension fluid


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