Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with immoderation:

5 syllables:
in moderation,
firing operation,
pouring operation,
routing operation,
sling operation,
sting operation,
string operation,
bridge operation,
quick operation,
split operation,
switch operation,
this operation,
strict moderation,
print operation,
routing operations,
since operation,
sting operations,
string operations,
beers operation,
fifth operation,
his operations,
its operation,
shift operation,
sized operation,
skilled operation,
switch operations,
switched operation,
years operation,
check operation,
clutch operation,
fetch operation,
full operation,
press operation,
truck operation

6 syllables:
berlin operation,
commit operation,
until operation,
adding operations,
drawing operation,
drying operation,
dyeing operation,
going operation,
growing operation,
laying operation,
sewing operation,
showing operation,
spraying operation,
towing operation,
weighing operation,
bigger operation,
classic operation,
their operation,
tricky operation,
extreme moderation,
clear operation,
trimming operation,
begun operation,
access operation,
hotel operation,
office operation,
refresh operation,
repair operation,
reset operation,
urging moderation

7 syllables:
encourage moderation,
ongoing operation

Some other possibilities:

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