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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with construction:

5 letters:
a gon,
a gun,
a one,
a son,
a sun

6 letters:
kl one,
of fun,
of one,
of sun,
up one,
us one,
us ton

7 letters:
and one,
but one,
cut one,
dun dun,
fun fun,
fun run,
hun tun,
jun jun,
kun kun,
kun lun,
le brun,
one one,
one run,
one son,
one ton,
run one,
sun one,
sun run,
the fun,
the gun,
the hun,
the one,
the run,
the son,
the sun,
the ton

8 letters:
buck run,
bump run,
but none,
club run,
come one,
does one,
done one,
duck gun,
from one,
from sun,
just one,
just run,
just won,
kung sun,
le jeune,
love one,
much fun,
much one,
must one,
must run,
once one,
plus one,
pump gun,
punt gun,
slug gun,
some fun,
some one,
spud gun,
stun gun,
such fun,
thus one,
what fun,
what one

9 letters:
above one,
adult son,
among one,
byung hun,
dunn dunn,
from none,
just done,
krupp gun,
none none,
once done,
shunt gun,
touch one,
young gun,
young one,
young son

10 letters:
become one,
gloved one,
liu yuchen,
mpsron one

11 letters:
becomes one,
beloved son,
currant bun,
sam heughan

12 letters:
karl glusman

14 letters:
neil druckmann

16 letters:
gianluigi buffon

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