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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tunisian:

3 syllables:
new vision,
unit on,
new mission,
blue pigeon,
zoom in on,
blue ribbon,
choosing an,
move in on,
moving on,
music can,
music on,
new guinean,
ruling on,
truth hidden,
doing an,
doing on,
school vision,
skewed vision,
unit can,
school mission,
shoup mission,
tuning in,
unit in,
bloom ington,
bruce millan,
fruit pigeon,
school kitchen,
soup kitchen,
stool pigeon,
bruce degen,
choose itunes,
clues given,
group given,
moving van,
proof given,
ruling pen,
stewed chicken,
truth given,
truth written,
truths hidden,
unit as,
unit has,
views given,
you listen,
boone pickens,
doing when,
lewis gun,
mu meson,
rooming in,
zooming in,
choose seven,
cooling in,
moving in,
music in,
new woman


4 syllables:
review mission,
assuming an,
producing an,
remove hidden,
review given,
review written,
acute vision,
pursuing an,
reduce vision,
renewed vision,
truer vision,
review missions,
assume given,
produce fission,
cartoon image,
excuse given,
louis heren,
produce given,
produce immense,
produce written,
remove chicken,
reviews given,
reviews written,
truly hidden,
gloomy vision,
lunar mission,
confused vision,
future vision,
jewish vision,
reduced vision,
sooner begun,
sooner given,
super vision,
review session,
accrue within,
computed on,
concluded on,
conclusion on,
confusion on,
ensue within


5 syllables:
absolute vision,
absolute given,
computer vision,
subunit alone,
absolute heaven



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