Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with collision:

3 syllables:
rolling on,
causing an,
got in on,
got it on,
jogging on,
knocking on,
lock in on,
locking on,
logging on,
profit on,
cause vision,
dog lichen,
baal hamon,
calling on,
falling on,
police on,
rolling in,
cause fission,
rock pigeon,
scotch mission,
stock pigeon,
bob dylan,
bombing run,
cause given,
cause immense,
de bonis non,
dotting pen,
god given,
john dillon,
john simon,
lar gibbon,
marching on,
mock chicken,
not begun,
not given,
not risen,
not written,
prof. simon,
profits on,
rolling up,
scott simon,
shock given,
starting on,
stock given,
tok pisin,
watch given,
from lisbon,
not listen,
scholarship on,
shalt hearken,
sharp vision,
back kitchen,
cottage on,
snow pigeon,
spanish in,
avec un,
avec une,
backing on,
basis on,
black kitten,
cabin on,
cash in on,
catching on,
causes an,
chosen on

4 syllables:
prepare written,
following an,
following on,
policy on,
wholly hidden,
enough vision,
adopting an,
bizarre little,
embarking on,
madame mignon,
madame simon,
occurring on,
passage given,
passage written,
prepare chicken,
rolling ocean,
barely hidden,
closely hidden,
dollar given,
dollars hidden,
females given,
follow given,
follow written,
modelling on,
policies on,
policy can,
proper vision,
stalin alone,
wholly given,
wholly written,
before written,
bourgeois woman

5 syllables:
another vision,
kahala hilton

6 syllables:
metabolism in

Some other possibilities:

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