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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with commotion:

3 syllables:
from open,
block motion,
cause motion,
shock motion,
stop motion,
ago when,
aso san,
barrow man,
drop open,
follow when,
followed an,
followed on,
follows an,
follows on,
hoppo men,
not open,
solo man,
giant ocean,
ago on,
follow an,
follow on,
from moment,
from roman,
large ocean,
tossed ocean,
caused motion,
charge motion,
from now on,
heart motion,
lost motion,
parte motion,
sharp motion,
black ocean,
broad ocean,
shallow ocean,
south ocean,
followed when,
large open,
lodge opened,
most open,
not opened,
otto von,
scotch roman,
scott opened,
square opened,
stock opened,
stop codon,
top onion,
by motion,
cloud motion,
cross motion,
fault motion,
for motion,
frame motion,
homme moyen,
mouse motion,
no motion,
or motion,
own motion,
screw motion,
small motion,
storm motion,
stream motion,
strong motion,
that motion


4 syllables:
bizarre notion,
bourgeois notion,
enough motion,
bizarre notions,
bourgeois notions,
bizarre moment,
madame roguin,
bowel motion,
common notion,
proper motion,
along ocean,
enough notion,
piano tuned,
salon opened,
bourgeois social,
chicago opened,
embrace social,
father hoecken,
father hogan,
follow up on,
following an,
following on,
passage opened,
passage opens,
plato often,
squacco heron,
about motion,
because motion,
extra motion,
i'homme moyen,
restore motion


5 syllables:
another motion,
chicago urban,
monopoly on


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