Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with equations:

3 syllables:
greek maidens,
three stations,
greek fables,
rhine maidens,
cheap wages,
freeze wages,
greek sages,
piece wages,
real wages,
brief reigns,
greek races,
greek vases,
marine stations,
peace reigns,
sheep stations,
steam stations,
street stations,
these stations,
three cables,
weeks wages,
league tables,
three cases,
three reigns,
clean tables,
green gables,
green labels,
green tables,
leave naples,
reach naples,
steam tables,
steel cables,
steel tables,
steep gables,
these labels,
these tables,
stream widens,
by stages,
clean cages,
screen cages,
steel cages,
the three graces,
three graces,
three stages

4 syllables:
equation as,
equation has,
equation whose,
entry stations,
equation needs,
equation shows,
equation these,
equation was,
concrete caissons,
agreed wages,
receive wages,
relief wages,
college stations,
fourteen stations,
machine stations,
quarantine stations,
relief stations,
equation is,
equation are,
equation in,
equation known,
equation of,
oblique cases,
machine tables,
equation comes,
equation fails,
equation gives,
equation holds,
equation leads,
equation means,
equation plays,
equation seems,
equation serves,
equation tells,
equation turns

5 syllables:
equation allows,
equation errors,
equation occurs

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