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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with position:

3 syllables:
causing an,
cause fission,
got in on,
got it on,
jogging on,
knocking on,
lock in on,
locking on,
logging on,
profit on,
rolling on,
cause vision,
cause given,
cause immense,
scotch mission,
causes an,
nazis in,
spanish in,
john simon,
prof. simon,
rock pigeon,
scott simon,
stock pigeon,
bob dylan,
bombing run,
cause image,
de bonis non,
dog lichen,
dotting pen,
god given,
john dillon,
lar gibbon,
marching on,
mock chicken,
not begun,
not given,
not risen,
not written,
profits on,
shock given,
starting on,
stock given,
tok pisin,
watch given,
caused immense,
heart mission,
modes given,
month mission,
scottish tunes,
squares given,
stars given,
back kitchen,
basis on,
chosen on,
cottage on,
house hidden,
losses on,
passing an,
passing on,
process on,
snow pigeon,
though simon,
avec un,
avec une,
baal hamon,
backing on,
black kitten


4 syllables:
prepare written,
deposit on,
madame simon,
adopting an,
embarking on,
following an,
following on,
madame mignon,
occurring on,
passage given,
passage written,
policy on,
prepare chicken,
wholly hidden,
bodies hidden,
clara mission,
dollars hidden,
females given,
marathi mission,
proper mission,
rolling ocean,
scottish cotton,
scottish urban,
spanish often,
spanish urban,
enough vision,
before written


5 syllables:
composition in,
composition known,
composition on,
deposition in,
another mission


6 syllables:
chishawasha mission


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