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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with divulgation:

3 syllables:
youthful maiden,
rural station,
bharat bhavan,
blood taken,
chief mason,
crush satan,
has taken,
judge mason,
judge reagan,
just taken,
len deighton,
much taken,
put face on,
stuff taken,
then taken,
thus taken,
twice taken,
was shaken,
was taken,
when taken,
young maiden,
young asian,
bus stations,
but taken,
chief station,
euston station,
heuston station,
jan mayen,
pulse taken,
r.a.f. station,
rural thailand,
saigon station,
scales taken,
whales taken,
young patient,
rural patients,
rural stations,
his station,
ill shapen,
paris station,
still shaken,
still taken,
this station,
well shaven,
well taken,
judge clayton,
rural wages

4 syllables:
abdul matin,
result taken,
abdul hasan,
advice taken,
alice mason,
extent taken,
office taken,
product taken,
unless taken,
ballot taken,
below mason,
entrance station,
fully taken,
galit hasan,
royal maiden,
uncle raymond,
unless patient,
adult patient,
cruel reign,
extra patient,
royal patient,
royal station,
abdul qayyum,
access station,
express station,
until taken,
rechnung tragen,
uncle caleb

5 syllables:
abu'l hasan,
admiral grayson,
admiral layton,
consultation in,
consultation on

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