Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with conjunction:

3 syllables:
hot junction,
bloch function,
block function,
clock function,
not function,
odd function,
square function,
grown junction,
box junction,
month function,
gap junction,
scanf function,
south junction,
track junction,
bloch functions,
block functions,
cost function,
donald schon,
heart function,
msgbox function,
squares function,
start function,
drain junction,
grand junction,
range function,
marwar junction,
strong function,
broad function,
class function,
gauge function,
gauss function,
hash function,
house function,
loss function,
mass function,
match function,
or function,
score function,
shall function,
that function,
john bunyan,
jonson ben,
london courant,
problem can

4 syllables:
compare function,
declare function,
translog function,
response function,
bondi junction,
common junction,
apache junction,
fortran function,
alarm function,
conscious action,
conscious section,
london auction,
quantum action,
bowel function,
follow function,
marrow function,
proper function,
responses can,
scalar function,
wanted action,
bonus section,
chosen function,
colic junction,
colon function,
common function,
neuron function,
often function,
only function,
response functions,
tonal function,
tonic function,
default function,
restore function,
conjunct motion,
conscious fashion,
conscious nation,
johnson nixon,
london common,
london fashion,
london kegan,
london mission,
london session,
monmouth junction,
partial action,
toxin action

5 syllables:
chicago junction,
bhowani junction,
subconscious action,
another function,
mnemonic function,
wannier function

6 syllables:
horizontal action

Some other possibilities:

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See conjunction used in context: 19 rhymes, 9 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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