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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with induction:

3 syllables:
index on,
in function,
in russian,
win32 function,
signed junction,
bearded man,
income can,
killed duncan,
prince sultan,
in fiction,
in section,
index in,
since section,
thin section,
bring russian,
is stuck on,
kingdom on,
printed on,
routing function,
string function,
bin laden,
bridge function,
hinges on,
his function,
inches on,
income on,
index as,
middle man,
minute gun,
minute man,
minute men,
minutes on,
quince duncan,
ridden on,
since helen,
skin button,
split function,
still function,
switch function,
thick russian,
this function,
trig function,
trinil man,
which bacon,
which function,
will function,
with russian,
jedoch schon,
print function,
printf function,
bridge junction,
bridge luncheon,
cousin helen,
distance on,
feared russian,
grilled bacon,
in defence,
index fund,
linda schele


4 syllables:
allyn bacon,
indicate an,
india can,
contingent on,
opinion can,
opinions on,
hindus often,
indians on,
linda began,
linda loman,
linda simon,
login button,
opinion on,
ridden nation,
until bacon,
in high dudgeon,
linda hogan,
assistance on,
enlisted man,
enlisted men,
existence on,
index aachen,
index aaron,
index allen,
index alone,
index often,
indicates an,
inner function,
input action,
linda allen,
linda condon,
linda kauffman,
resistance on


5 syllables:
violin section,
liouville function,
guerilla action,
india kisan,
india mission,
indian nation,
indian notion,
indian ocean


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