Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with implosion:

3 syllables:
impose an,
impose on,
is proven,
is spoken,
being broken,
link motion,
since motion,
being frozen,
being spoken,
bridge broken,
brisk motion,
drift motion,
his broken,
imposed on,
is broken,
its motion,
prince roman,
since roman,
since spoken,
still open,
strict notion,
swift motion,
there broken,
thick broken,
thing spoken,
things roman,
were broken,
will open,
with broken,
wrist motion,
chips moman,
higgs boson,
is frozen,
quick frozen,
still frozen,
still spoken,
strict roman,
there frozen,
there spoken,
thick frozen,
were frozen,
were spoken,
chewing motion,
in motion,
swing motion,
being woven,
his motion,
his notion,
in roman,
in the open,
in token,
into men,
into open,
into ten,
limbs broken,
meere motion,
pitch motion,
queer notion,
quick motion,
shear motion,
since proven,
this motion,
this notion,
windows on

4 syllables:
until proven,
olive logan,
imply motion,
simple motion,
simple notion,
appear broken,
resist motion,
restrict motion,
simply opened,
simply opens,
transmits motion,
until broken,
until frozen,
until spoken,
adding motion,
image motion,
immense ocean,
input token,
limine motion,
limit motion,
linda loman,
sherwin rosen,
swimming motion,
transmit motion

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