Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with transcription:

2 syllables:
rip van,
ships on,
slipped on,
tips on,
zip gun,
clip on,
fish on,
grip on,
rip on,
ship on,
slip on,
tip on,
trip on,
whip on,
wish on,
hinge on,
arriere ban,
beer can,
being can,
being done,
being run,
being then,
big ben,
big lan,
big man,
big men,
big ten,
bills on,
brings an,
brings on,
build an,
build on,
built an,
built on,
christ on,
climbed on,
dear son,
did then,
did when,
film on,
fish can,
fix on,
here can,
here then,
here when,
hills on,
him can,
him ten,
him then,
him when,
his gun,
his man,
his men,
his non,
his pen,
his ten,
hit man,
hit men,
if done,
if man,
if men,
if then,
if when,
in. then,
in. when,
in den,
in fun,
in man,
in men,
in san,
in ten,
in when,
ink on,
is done,
is fun,
is man,
is non,
is run,
is ten,
is then,
is when,
is won,
it can,
it done,
it ran,
it run,
it then,
it when,
it won,
kids on,
killed on,
king can,
lin sen

3 syllables:
appear when,
appeared on,
appears on,
career man,
commits an,
conflict on,
exist on

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