Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with envisioned:

2 syllables:
is summed,
split tongued,
sick abed,
still loved,
with adhd,
being tuned,
in a.d.,
is tuned,
string tuned,
this fund,
which end,
big end,
his end,
if end,
is signed,
mill end,
paris signed,
rear end,
split end,
the thick end,
thick end,
this end,
will end,
will lend,
witch hunt,
with end,
year end,
being judged,
being shoved,
deer hunt,
glib tongued,
ill humoured,
ill judged,
is judged,
shrill tongued,
still hunt,
were judged,
being loved,
being rubbed,
being ushered,
big guns,
dear loved,
is loved,
thing loved

3 syllables:
mission had,
being on head,
chicken head,
given head,
simon heard,
were on head,
vision and,
vision needs,
vision showed,
in a word,
little had,
little head,
little heed,
michael had,
michael heard,
michael lloyd,
myna bird,
mynah bird,
philip had,
philip heard,
spirit had,
until lunch,
viral load,
visit had,
whidah bird

4 syllables:
decision had,
division had,
commission had,
commission heard,
condition had,
religion had,
tradition had,
manila and,
decision aimed,
decision and,
decision guide,
decision made,
decision needs,
decision nodes,
decision showed,
division and,
division heads,
division needs,
division showed,
precision and,
provision aimed,
provision and,
provision made,
provision needs,
revision and,
revision guide,
vanilla pod

5 syllables:
expedition had,
granadilla wood,
acquisition and,
acquisition needs

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