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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with disassembly:

4 syllables:
this assembly,
parish assembly,
quick assembly,
spring assembly,
switch assembly,
wiring assembly,
fifth assembly,
ninth assembly,
quilt assembly,
skilled assembly,
mixed assembly,
sixth assembly,
belle assemblee,
brush assembly,
clutch assembly,
floor assembly,
phage assembly,
strut assembly,
sub assembly,
truck assembly,
there solemnly,
peace assembly,
piece assembly,
device simply


5 syllables:
jewish assembly,
mirror assembly,
trigger assembly,
chassis assembly,
complex assembly,
basic assembly,
bearing assembly,
carriage assembly,
ceiling assembly,
civic assembly,
distal emboli,
drilling assembly,
during assembly,
filter assembly,
housing assembly,
irish assembly,
moving assembly,
pickup assembly,
rigid assembly,
scottish assembly,
sikkim assembly,
steering assembly,
using assembly,
village assembly,
viral assembly,
vitro assembly,
window assembly,
prison employee,
christian assembly,
given employee,
head disk assembly,
immense assembly,
limit employee,
orissa assembly,
piston assembly,
system assembly


6 syllables:
virginia assembly,
religious assembly,
precision assembly,
progressive assembly,
subunit assembly,
transmission assembly,
commission employee,
eucharistic assembly,
existing assembly


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