Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with predictions:

2 syllables:
big ones,
wicked tongues,
dear ones,
his guns,
it runs,
which ones,
which runs,
with guns,
big guns,
dick was,
his cousins,
six guns,
thick shrubs,
being comes,
bridge comes,
chill comes,
cousin comes,
drink comes,
fish as,
here comes,
his lungs,
it comes,
paris comes,
quick as,
skill comes,
smith comes,
sphere comes,
spring comes,
stiff lungs,
still comes,
string comes,
there comes,
thick as,
thing comes,
think comes,
this comes,
thrill comes,
which comes,
ear buds,
fin whales,
in wales,
pill bugs,
winged doves,
thick shells,
inch guns,
it touches,
milk jugs,
beer was,
being was,
bill was,
billed as,
bills as,
bridge clubs

3 syllables:
fiction as,
fiction whose,
friction noise,
conflict as,
conflict has,
aching lungs,
career comes,
fiction needs,
fiction shows,
fiction these,
mission as,
mission whose,
christian knows,
christian whose,
classic tongues,
conflict comes,
sticky tongues,
until crumbs,
appeared as,
appears as,
berlin was

4 syllables:
description as,
description whose,
commission as,
commission has,
commission whose,
condition as,
condition has,
condition whose,
conviction was,
ignition noise,
natalis comes,
prediction phase,
prediction was,
restrictions as,
tradition as,
tradition has,
tradition knows,
tradition whose,
transition noise,
transition whose,
transmission noise

5 syllables:
definition as,
definition has,
expedition whose,
proposition as,
proposition whose

Some other possibilities:

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