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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pervigilation:

4 syllables:
middle asian,
michael aiken,
michael hayden,
michael heyman,
which occasion,
there occasion,
this occasion,
philip heymann,
philip payton,
little cayman,
little maiden,
little shaken,
little taken,
michael baden,
michael fagan,
michael mason,
michael reagan,
civil station,
little patient,
little station,
middle station,
mitchell leisen,
beautif ication,
michael eigen,
michael lydon,
nurul hasan,
which occasioned,
which occasions,
fishes taken,
income asian,
michel eyquem,
middle ages,
middle ages.1,
middle ages.2,
million asian,
stitches taken,
strip adjacent,
the middle ages,
with adjacent


5 syllables:
michael ayrton,
religion taken,
official station,
cecal ligation,
excess sedation,
originate in,
appear adjacent,
commission taken,
decision taken,
division taken,
official label,
tradition taken,
trying occasion


6 syllables:
assimilation in,
definition taken,
origin location,
proposition taken,
religious relation,
religious salvation


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