Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with floatation:

3 syllables:
now taken,
quote taken,
so taken,
to take on,
to gain on,
to wait on,
growth taken,
stone taken,
those taken,
to have on,
to lay on,
to reign,
whole taken,
wrote mason,
known station,
one station,
probe station,
two stations,
whole station,
whose station,
throat tighten,
to take in,
mo'ed katan,
showed reagan,
close shaven,
co payment,
no payment,
stone mason,
to maintain,
to table,
to take up,
who maintain,
whose maiden,
euthyroid patient,
bones taken,
close patient,
clothes taken,
gross patient,
loans taken,
notes taken,
oaths taken,
one patient,
polls taken,
prone patient,
quotes taken,
roads taken,
roles taken,
stones taken,
stroke patient,
throat ailment,
to hasten,
to have done,
to patients,
to straighten,
two patients,
votes taken,
who reigned,
whole patient,
whole reign,
whose patient,
whose reign,
wrote raymond,
locate in,
throw light on,
to lighten,
to widen,
boats stationed,
coast station

4 syllables:
plateau station,
above taken,
alone taken,
approach taken,
lower station,
promote patient,
rotation in,
unknown station,
unload station,
toward asian,
growing asian,
remote table,
remote ocean,
above patient,
location in,
location known,
location on,
photo taken,
promote racial,
slowly taken,
thorough patient,
to take a horn,
destroy satan,
bureau station,
cairo station,
kyoto station

5 syllables:
exposure taken,
amoco station,
chicago station,
exposure station

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