Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with adaptation:

3 syllables:
catch taken,
class taken,
glass taken,
graft taken,
had taken,
plant taken,
staff taken,
track taken,
at station,
cap haitien,
capt. mason,
scalp taken,
that station,
that taken,
black satin,
frank aiken,
had shaken,
shall waken,
that satan,
cross station,
house station,
black asian,
pan asian,
and taken,
baths taken,
black patient,
branch taken,
class patient,
flags taken,
paths taken,
scans taken,
shall reign,
stance taken,
stand taken,
that patient,
track patient,
at stations,
branch station,
capt. raymond,
manned station,
range station,
scalps taken,
staff stationed,
all taken,
applied on,
count taken,
heart taken,
house taken,
mount hagen,
or taken,
south tehran,
stock taken,
tarte tatin,
zhang taiyan,
grand cayman,
past ages

4 syllables:
extract taken,
advanced asian,
although asian,
attack patient,
exams taken,
latter taken,
manner taken,
matter taken,
nature taken,
rather taken,
saadat hasan,
value taken,
attached station,
contact station,
happy reign,
latter station,
plantation in,
plantation known,
snapshot taken,
transplant patient,
traverse station,
valley station,
account taken,
along taken,
amount taken,
before taken,
passage taken,
report taken,
afro asian,
campus station,
khalid hasan,
mahmud hasan,
rabbi maimon,
vander heyden

5 syllables:
really taken,
unhappy maiden,
diplomat stationed,
diplomats stationed,
transplantation in,
unhappy patient,
unhappy reign,
mohammad hasan

6 syllables:
affidavit taken

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