Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with indiction:

3 syllables:
singh dhillon,
building an,
building on,
his mission,
in limine,
in written,
paris mission,
parish mission,
since simon,
swiss mission,
this mission,
hinging on,
in fiction,
kindai nihon,
pinning on,
signed written,
signing on,
skinned chicken,
being bitten,
being given,
being written,
bring chicken,
his vision,
near vision,
quick vision,
spear widgeon,
split vision,
spring chicken,
string given,
thing given,
thing written,
things hidden,
thinking on,
this vision,
with vision,
grill chicken,
here given,
his written,
if given,
is begun,
is given,
is written,
it written,
lives hidden,
pierre simon,
quick chicken,
reindeer lichen,
sdmtliche schriften,
still given,
still written,
there begun,
there given,
were begun,
were given,
with given,
with written,
dimmed vision,
ending on,
in russian,
in session,
pin cushion,
sending an,
sending on,
spending on,
winged demon,
being hidden,
billed pigeon,
brick kitchen,
bring dishonour,
bring hidden,
bring it on,
bringing an,
bringing on,
english on,
filled kitchen,
hitting on,
lynne tillman,
sit in on,
sitting on,
sized kitchen

4 syllables:
berlin mission,
inner mission,
existing on,
hindu mission,
career begun,
shlomith rimmon,
submit written,
until chicken,
until given,
until risen,
until simon,
until written,
afghan mission,
depending on,
login session,
urban mission,
doing mission,
inner vision,
spying mission

5 syllables:
ongoing mission

Some other possibilities:

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