Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with slow motion:

8 letters:
to moses,
do women,
no women,
to women,
so noble

9 letters:
no notion,
no moment,
hold open,
no social,
to poland,
to social,
how women,
two women,
no notice,
to notice

10 letters:
broke open,
could open,
go-go fund,
go go fund,
how social,
would open,
one moment,
to hold on,
open ocean

11 letters:
whole ocean,
thrown open,
throws open,
known roman,
cloth woven,
gross rosen,
should open,
to poke fun,
whole roman,
stone noted,
polar ocean,
alone opens,
ocean ocean,
body lotion,
homo sapein,
naomi cohen

12 letters:
whole notion,
whose notion,
coach bowden,
gross social,
known moment,
whose moment,
remote ocean,
above notion,
roman notion,
alone opened,
lower photon,
remote logon,
frozen ocean,
lonely ocean,
stoic notion,
global ocean,
polar oceans,
polish ocean,
shlomo goren

13 letters:
those motions,
whose motions,
those notions,
whose notions,
unknown ocean,
shlomo deshen,
throwing open,
unknown roman,
above notions,
narrow notion,
photo session,
roman notions

14 letters:
approach opens,
unknown moment,
apollo mission

15 letters:
approach opened

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