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

3 syllables:
no notion,
whole ocean,
thrown open,
broke open,
throws open,
whole notion,
whose notion,
no moment,
those motions,
whose motions,
known roman,
cloth woven,
coach bowden,
could open,
go-go fund,
go go fund,
gross rosen,
gross social,
hold open,
how social,
no social,
should open,
to moses,
to poke fun,
to poland,
to social,
whole roman,
would open,
those notions,
whose notions,
known moment,
one moment,
to hold on,
whose moment,
do women,
how women,
no women,
to women,
two women,
no notice,
so noble,
stone noted,
to notice

4 syllables:
unknown ocean,
remote ocean,
above notion,
polar ocean,
roman notion,
shlomo deshen,
alone opened,
alone opens,
throwing open,
unknown roman,
approach opened,
approach opens,
lower photon,
remote logon,
above notions,
frozen ocean,
lonely ocean,
narrow notion,
ocean ocean,
open ocean,
stoic notion,
body lotion,
global ocean,
homo sapein,
photo session,
polar oceans,
polish ocean,
shlomo goren,
unknown moment,
roman notions

5 syllables:
apollo mission,
naomi cohen

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