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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dementia:

3 syllables:
jim henson,
mere mention,
there mention,
which mention,
will mention,
being ended,
in kenya,
pip emma,
thing ended,
his senses,
is ended,
it ended,
it tended,
paris ended,
paris section,
rear ended,
there ended,
this era,
this section,
which ended,
year ended,
in tension,
spring tension,
string tension,
bring mental,
climb fences,
his mental,
his pension,
in mental,
paris session,
quick mental,
sheer mental,
singh mehta,
strip tension,
this mental,
this session,
this tension,
twitch tension,
with mental,
with tension,
being mentioned,
here mentioned,
is mentioned,
smith mentioned,
smith mentions,
still mentioned,
there mentioned,
thing mentioned,
were mentioned,
which mentions


4 syllables:
clear mention,
career ended,
felis eyra,
clear mental,
clear tension,
resist tension


6 syllables:
cololabis saira


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