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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dystocia:

3 syllables:
his motion,
his notion,
his stomach,
his total,
is total,
this motion,
this notion,
this total,
his social,
is social,
swiss social,
this social,
wrist motion,
being social,
bring social,
bring total,
chewing motion,
fierce social,
freer social,
gift token,
his bosom,
his focus,
his local,
his noble,
his notice,
in motion,
in social,
in token,
in total,
into men,
into open,
into some,
into such,
into ten,
is coated,
is coded,
is loaded,
is local,
is noble,
is noted,
is spoken,
is woven,
its social,
meere motion,
parish social,
pitch motion,
print total,
queer notion,
quick motion,
shear motion,
sheer social,
since social,
swing motion,
there social,
this focus,
this local,
this noble,
this notice,
which social,
which total,
with social,
with total,
year total,
brisk motion,
built social,
christ opened,
christ opens,
diced onion,
drift motion,
fixed total,
his open,
into an,
into as,
into eq

4 syllables:
resist total,
assist social,
exist social,
resist motion,
resist social,
into asia,
adding motion,
adding social,
benign social,
berlin social,
career total,
francisco guerra,
fulfil social,
fulfill social,
predict total,
spicy aroma,
transmit motion,
until social,
until total,
aching stomach,
assist local,
conflict social,
depict social,
enlist local,
inter ocean

5 syllables:
francisco goya

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