Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with deflationary:

3 syllables:
station three

4 syllables:
taken any,
taken heavy,
taken henry,
patient carry,
reign henry,
stations carry,
cases heavy,
places heavy,
hazel marie,
baseman eddie,
cable ferry,
cases carry,
david barry,
david berry,
david ferrie,
david ferry,
david henry,
david parry,
david terry,
mason remey,
paces ferry,
saint hilary,
asian series,
caged canary,
eighth plenary,
raymond berry,
taken fairly,
taken merely,
dacia maraini,
patient entry,
patient merely,
patient series,
patients carry

5 syllables:
occasion henry,
station every,
summation series,
translation series,
created heavy,
persuaded henry,
shaken every,
taken every,
occasion merely,
patient every,
stationed every,
stations every,
taxation levied,
translations series,
wages every

6 syllables:
creation every,
vacation every,
affirmation merely,
concentration series,
explanation merely,
obligation merely,
transformation series,
concentrated heavy,
occasion every,
awaken every,
canadian dairy,
creation energy,
deformation energy,
transformation engine,
translation memory

7 syllables:
conversation every,
excitation energy,
relaxation energy,
sublimation energy,
coagulation therapy,
combination therapy,
relaxation therapy,
transformation whereby

8 syllables:
ionisation energy,
ionization energy,
embolization therapy

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