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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with west saxon:

3 syllables:
jesse jackson,
friend jackson,
messrs. jackson,
blessed passion,
tense action,
went back on,
where jackson,
cette action,
jesse allen,
trespass on,
french faction,
kelp salmon,
sergeant jackson,
friend jason,
kept tabs on,
messrs. allen,
shared action

4 syllables:
suggests action,
directs action,
prevents action,
janet jackson,
request action,
direct traction,
accept action,
address aspen,
affect action,
agent action,
center jackson,
commence action,
complex action,
defect action,
defense action,
direct action,
direct sanction,
effect action,
effects happen,
esther jackson,
expect action,
object action,
oppressed nation,
perfect action,
prevent action,
project action,
recent action,
reflex action,
select action,
suppressed passion,
trespass action,
western action,
assess taxes,
assessed taxes,
betty jackson,
commenced action,
excess taxes,
express action,
jessie jackson,
perfect accent,
pressor action,
reset action,
western accent,
contempt action,
except captain,
brenda jackson,
glenda jackson,
suspend action

5 syllables:
reverend jackson,
arrested action,
contested action,
digestive action,
domestic action,
requested action,
requesting action,
suggested action,
suggesting action,
depressor action,
professor jackson,
dividend action

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