Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with reactions:

2 syllables:
black shales,
black lungs,
bad ones,
black clubs,
that runs,
laugh comes,
track comes,
act as,
act has,
back was,
black was,
blacks as,
fact as,
fact has,
frank cousins,
jack was,
lakhs tonnes,
takes as,
tax as,
tax has,
track was,
back as,
black as,
catch comes,
class comes,
crash comes,
flash comes,
frank comes,
glass comes,
glass domes,
grass comes,
staff comes,
that comes,
what comes,
brass scales,
brass studs,
catch whales,
dans les,
mock suns,
rock buns,
tack pins,
bag was,
black drums,
flag was,
range as,
and as,
and has,
and u.s.,
ann was

3 syllables:
action as,
action has,
action whose,
faction whose,
fraction whose,
attack comes,
attack was,
attacked as,
mansion whose,
action cause,
action does,
action names,
action needs,
action nouns,
action phase,
action shows,
action these,
action those,
action was,
actions as,
actions whose,
attack as,
factions whose,
fashion as,
fraction shows,
fraction was,
fractions whose,
japan comes,
nation as,
nation has,
nation knows,
nation whose,
passion as,
passion whose,
classic tongues,
contact comes,
extract comes,
acted as,
advance as

4 syllables:
abstraction whose,
reaction as,
reaction has,
reaction whose,
extraction phase,
reaction needs,
reaction phase,
reaction shows,
reaction these,
reaction was,
abraham moles,
abraham was

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