Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with supplementation:

3 syllables:
bread taken,
breath taken,
care taken,
death taken,
flesh taken,
pledge taken,
share taken,
sketch taken,
step taken,
well taken,
check station,
head station,
senate on,
sense taken,
shell station,
thence taken,
therein taken,
yet taken,
deadweight ton,
well shaven,
where satan,
his station,
paris station,
print taken,
then taken,
this station,
when taken,
breaths taken,
cells taken,
check patient,
debts taken,
essays on,
heads taken,
pressure taken,
shares taken,
steps taken,
stressed patient,
wealth taken,
where patient,
euston station,
heuston station,
saigon station,
check stations,
cleft patient,
essay on

4 syllables:
percent asian,
recent asian,
access station,
content taken,
express station,
effect taken,
object taken,
project taken,
subject taken,
access stations,
express stations,
offence taken,
offense taken,
repair station,
convent station,
prevent patient,
recent patient,
janet jagan,
extent taken,
access patient,
assess patient,
assets taken,
better taken,
content table,
credit taken,
effort taken,
elect reagan,
ever taken,
except thailand,
henry aiken,
letter taken,
measure taken,
meditate on,
never taken,
percent table,
pleasure taken,
recent table,
regressed patient,
treasure taken,
whether taken,
berlin station,
entrance station,
affect patient,
again taken,
any patient,
beni hasan,
better station,
cairo station,
chehaw station,
delhi station,
depressed patient,
direct patient

5 syllables:
vienna station

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