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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with populations:

4 syllables:
trapa natans,
bottle labels,
shock relations,
both occasions


5 syllables:
population as,
population has,
population knows,
population whose,
population chose,
population earns,
population needs,
population shows,
population size,
population these,
population those,
population was,
occupation as,
occupation whose,
population is,
modulation noise,
population are,
population at,
population had,
population have,
population in,
population known,
population of,
population on,
population or,
population ought,
population bears,
population calls,
population caused,
population cells,
population close,
population comes,
population curves,
population fails,
population falls,
population feels,
population flows,
population gains,
population gives,
population goals,
population grows,
population holds,
population i,
population leads,
population leaves,
population lives,
population males,
population means,
population moves,
population norms,
population plays,
population raised,
population seems,
population shares,
population stays,
population terms,
population times,
population turns,
population who


6 syllables:
copulation occurs,
depopulation caused,
population allows,
population areas,
population issues,
population occurs,
population offers,
population varies


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