Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with murmuration:

3 syllables:
her maiden,
third asian,
purchase an,
purchase on,
surface on,
her patient,
her reign,
nurse station,
pearl maiden,
per patient,
younger patient,
first asian,
certain man,
certain men,
church taken,
curve taken,
earth taken,
first taken,
serve satan,
surface can,
surface when,
verse taken,
her mission,
earth station,
firms taken,
leurs maisons,
nurse patient,
terms taken,
third patient,
third reign,
third station,
work station,
younger patients,
certain in,
durch einen,
earle hyman,
earle lytton,
purchase in,
surface in

4 syllables:
diverse asian,
concerned asian,
toward asian,
excerpt taken,
howard aiken,
mirza hasan,
offer payment,
power taken,
alert patient,
bertha mason,
brother mason,
certain notion,
diverse patient,
expert patient,
flower maidens,
lower station,
obscure station,
observe patient,
offer patients,
our patient,
perry mason,
peter mason,
research station,
roger mason,
surface ocean,
thorough patient,
burmese mission,
offer wages

5 syllables:
admiral layton,
entire asian,
conservation in,
entire patient,
entire reign,
entire station,
observation in,
observation on,
professor mason,
warrior maiden

Some other possibilities:

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