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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with duodecagon:

3 syllables:
least action,
beaked salmon,
beanbag gun,
bean wagon,
bz reaction,
chief baron,
creek canyon,
creep ration,
c ration,
deep canyon,
d jackson,
each action,
each faction,
each fraction,
each gallon,
east camden,
east canton,
east hampton,
field captain,
free action,
free fraction,
geek canon,
gene action,
green satin,
g actin,
jeanne mammen,
jean hanson,
jean masson,
jean valjean,
jeeves canon,
keams canyon,
keith chapman,
knee action,
lee allen,
lee jackson,
li shanlan,
meat wagon,
neil fallon,
niels hansen,
pcr reaction,
peach passion,
pre action,
real action,
real passion,
rexed laminae,
sealed cabin,
sea canyon,
sea dragon,
sea falcon,
sea plantain,
sea salmon,
see alan,
see allan,
see allen,
she dragon,
shri kalyan,
sie haben,
sn reaction,
steam wagon,
steel dragon,
steve allen,
steve canyon,
steve jackson,
steve madden,
street fashion,
team captain,
t ration,
we happen,
zvi laron


4 syllables:
aileen allen,
antique satin,
chinese dragon,
complete ration,
concrete action,
corneal laminae,
desean jackson,
emil hansen,
louise allen,
maltese falcon,
maurice harron,
moquin tandon,
pauline hanson,
police chaplain,
supreme brahman


5 syllables:
reo speedwagon,
undersea canyon



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