Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with insane:

2 syllables:
in maine,
in pain,
in saint,
in spain,
since saint,
since spain,
pouring rain,
ring main,
his cane,
his main,
his pain,
is pain,
is vain,
lil wayne,
pit lane,
thick chain,
this chain,
this main,
this pain,
will gain,
with jane,
with pain,
with rain,
bring spain,
dip stain,
hip pain,
in brain,
in chains,
in grain,
in plain,
in said,
in twain,
its main,
pierre saint,
pitch chain,
schiff stain,
since eight,
since have,
which spain,
with spain,
since brain,
since change,
since gained,
since grain,
since keynes,
can gain,
in fine,
in line,
in mine,
sinn fein,
thin line,
being chained,
being gained,
being plain,
being said,
bring change,
bring gains,
bring grain,
its aim,
jim said,
king said,
link chain,
pouring rains,
sears jayne,
skin game,
spring grain,
spring rains,
sprouting grain,
swing plane,
tearing pains,
thing gained,
thing plain,
with same,
bill said,
bit plane,
bridge crane,
bridge train,
chic sale

3 syllables:
virgin saint,
virgin spain,
benign brain,
camille saint,
resin paint,
until spain,
virgin saints,
aching brain,
aching pains,
growing chain,
limber chain,
appear plain,
benign phase,
billy payne,
billy wayne,
bishop paine,
bishop payne,
career change

5 syllables:
signifying chain

Some other possibilities:

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