Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with relocation:

3 syllables:
to gain on,
now taken,
quote taken,
so taken,
to take on,
to wait on,
mo'ed katan,
to have on,
to lay on,
to reign,
stroke patient,
locate in,
choke cable,
close shaven,
co payment,
growth taken,
no cases,
no payment,
showed reagan,
stone mason,
stone taken,
stroke cases,
those taken,
to cases,
to maintain,
two cases,
who maintain,
whole taken,
whose maiden,
wrote mason,
throw caution,
close patient,
euthyroid patient,
gross patient,
known station,
one patient,
one station,
probe station,
prone patient,
to hasten,
to have done,
to patients,
two patients,
two stations,
who reigned,
whole patient,
whole reign,
whole station,
whose patient,
whose reign,
whose station,
throat tighten,
throw light on,
to lighten,
to take in,
to widen,
low wages,
stroke patients

4 syllables:
plateau station,
location in,
location known,
location on,
growing asian,
toward asian,
above taken,
alone taken,
approach taken,
above patient,
cocaine alone,
locate hidden,
located in,
located on,
lower station,
promote patient,
rotation in,
thorough patient,
unknown station,
unload station,
destroy satan,
location and,
location shown,
locations in,
locations on

5 syllables:
naomi caiden,
amoco station

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