Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with adoption:

2 syllables:
copped on,
cops on,
crops on,
dropped on,
harsh on,
marsh hen,
pop gun,
stop when,
stopped on,
the top ten,
top gun,
top ten,
cop on,
drop on,
hop on,
shop on,
stop on,
charge on,
job can,
job done,
job when,
jobs on,
large an,
large on,
march on,
arm on,
art on,
bars on,
blocks on,
bomb run,
bombs on,
both can,
both man,
both men,
both when,
box on,
car when,
card on,
cars on,
cause can,
caused an,
chart on,
cost on,
dots on,
far can,
far when,
farm on,
france on,
from non,
from san,
from sun,
from ten,
from then,
from van,
from when,
god can,
god man,
god men,
god when,
guard on,
hard on,
harp on,
heart on,
hog pen,
hot sun,
jogged on,
jogs on,
john van,
knocked on,
knocks on,
locked on,
locks on,
logs on,
lost an,
lost on,
mark on,
mock sun,
mod con,
month on,
not done,
not man,
not men,
not run,
not then,
not when,
not won,
odd man,
odds on,
once an,
once on,
park on,
part an,
part on,
pond hen,
pots on

3 syllables:
adopt an,
enlarge on,
apart on,
embark on,
o'clock when

Some other possibilities:

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See adoption used in context: 21 rhymes, 4 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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