Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ingression:

3 syllables:
spring session,
impress on,
ninth session,
think seven,
fifth session,
kings began,
missed session,
nicht reden,
things began,
which threaten,
wings began,
english on,
things russian,
in session,
links section,
singh kairon,
think ellen,
think heaven,
think karen,
being seven,
being threatened,
bring seven,
brings heaven,
firing began,
singh began,
split session,
spring began,
spring freshet,
thing began,
vingt et un,
bring russian,
being reckoned,
bring heaven,
cousin stephen,
instead on,
limbs began,
paris session,
prince began,
prince stephen,
sheer heaven,
since stephen,
spring tension,
string section,
string tension,
this session,
twins began,
beard began,
bills began,
blitz began,
bouton pression,
build seven,
built seven,
christ began,
fears began,
fifth lesson,
filled seven,
guilt began,
hills began,
killed seven,
lists seven,
lives began,
mills began,
nicht geben,
nicht gegen,
nicht kennen,
nicht leben,
nicht lesen,
pierce began,
script began,
shift began,
ships began,
sikhs began,
since russian,
sixth heaven,
skills began,
skills lesson,
swift began,
tears began,
twixt heaven,
whigs began,
wicked demon,
with stephen,
years began,
years seven

4 syllables:
login session,
adding lemon,
adding seven,
single lesson,
adding section,
drawing session,
playing session,
single session,
viewing session,
appeared seven,
appears seven,
careers began,
conflict began,
eclipse began,
until stephen

5 syllables:
ensuing session

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