Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with imprecision:

11 letters:
in decision,
in religion,
linda simon

12 letters:
its decision,
his decision,
simple simon,
his petition,
his religion

13 letters:
this decision,
with decision,
simple vision,
put provision,
this petition,
this religion,
with religion

14 letters:
with precision,
this provision,
since decision,
swift decision,
some provision,
build decision,
quick decision,
smith decision,
which decision,
since religion,
think religion,
this tradition,
with tradition,
bring religion,
such provision,
which religion

15 letters:
there provision,
which provision,
swift precision,
griggs decision,
aiding decision,
hiring decision,
with provisions,
years provision,
fixed precision,
strict religion,
swiss tradition,
which tradition,
children hidden,
fresh provision,
where provision,
since decisions,
this prediction,
until provision,
assist decision,
added precision,
career decision,
timing decision,
extra precision,
given precision,
using precision,
clear provision,
digit precision,
simple decision,
added provision,
benign religion,
solemn decision,
linear decision,
minute decision,
simple addition,
tinker decision

16 letters:
bring provisions,
routing decision,
there provisions,
strict tradition,
finite precision,
giving precision,
linear precision,
minute precision,
access provision,
unless provision,
improve decision

17 letters:
touching religion,
convince decision,
impaired decision,
adding provisions,
extreme precision,
working precision,
impugned decision,
statist tradition,
express provision,
improved decision

18 letters:
unerring precision,
rhythmic precision

19 letters:
unfailing precision

Some other possibilities:

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