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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with deflection:

2 syllables:
ben gunn,
best done,
best one,
beth horon,
blessed one,
bread bun,
check one,
chen yun,
dead one,
dead run,
dead son,
delle donne,
end one,
fair one,
fresh run,
gets done,
get done,
get one,
hair done,
head spun,
held one,
helps one,
help one,
hence one,
hen run,
jen hsun,
jet gun,
jw trevan,
ken done,
kept one,
lead one,
led one,
left one,
less one,
let none,
let one,
lü shun,
met one,
next one,
n gon,
pen gun,
press run,
read one,
red one,
red run,
red sun,
ren cen,
ren xun,
said one,
says one,
self one,
send one,
sent one,
set one,
share one,
spend one,
spent one,
square one,
sten gun,
step one,
tell one,
tenshô shûbun,
test run,
their one,
their son,
them one,
them run,
then one,
then run,
then spun,
there one,
well done,
went one,
wet one,
when done,
when none,
when one,
where none,
where one,
yet done,
yet none,
yet one

3 syllables:
accept one,
affect one,
against one,
again one,
avec son,
barbette gun,
canet gun,
chris metzen,
correct one,
direct one,
distress gun,
elect one,
except one,
express one,
fn five-seven,
guan chenchen,
himself one,
itself one,
ju wenjun,
li wenwen,
marc maron,
perfect one,
prevent one,
protect one,
repel one,
selects one,
select one,
unless one

4 syllables:
buddy ebsen,
leslie caron,
represents one,
represent one,
sally pearson,
thomas kretschmann

5 syllables:
kristoffer klaesson

6 syllables:
windows 8.1

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