Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with recognition:

4 syllables:
check condition,
check ignition,
bethel mission,
bremen mission,
level mission,
special mission,
check aggression,
texas mission,
air condition,
cette condition,
check conditions,
fresh addition,
fresh condition,
stressed condition,
threat condition,
where condition,
recog nition,
cette commission,
fresh commission,
press commission,
began begun,
feral pigeon,
level vision,
metal kitchen,
special vision,
stephen pichon,
aaron sisson,
breaded chicken,
credit given,
heaven begun,
heaven given,
lemon chicken,
lemon chiffon,
lesson given,
level given,
medal given,
medal ribbon,
metal ribbon,
pledges given,
serum given,
shredded chicken,
sketches given,
sketches written,
special written,
stresses given,
debug session,
emigre russian,
fresh aggression,
quick condition,
brethren mission,
gentile mission,
grenfell mission,
nueva vision,
seven missions,
special missions,
where religion

5 syllables:
projected mission,
access condition,
express condition,
reset condition,
subject attrition,
success condition,
unstressed condition,
upset condition,
express commission,
complex addition,
develop vision,
direct addition,
perfect addition,
concession given,
confession given,
develop written,
expression given,
expression written,
possession given,
express aggression,
extra condition,
repel aggression,
suppress aggression,
attended mission,
compel submission,
extended mission,
general mission,
reflected vision,
separate mission,
serious mission,
successful mission,
various mission

6 syllables:
confidential mission,
presidential mission,
providential mission,
unsuccessful mission

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