Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with kerogen:

3 syllables:
where russian,
era when,
where helen,
began an,
began on,
check up on,
credit on,
devil an,
heaven on,
lesson on,
level on,
metal on,
presses on,
reckon on,
session on,
settle on,
stresses on,
vessel on,
marriage on,
check russian,
fresh russian,
waren schon,
care laden,
feral man,
share button,
tariffs on,
where sudden,
where agents,
bearing an,
bearing on,
dehra dun,
image on,
merit in,
serum in,
spirit on,
tariff on,
wearing an,
wearing on,
where heaven,
where written,
claire huchet,
jedoch schon,
began when,
bread ovens,
cette facon,
check button,
check command,
checks up on,
credit ass'n,
cresta run,
debt laden,
era was

4 syllables:
depression on,
develop an,
develop on,
expresses an,
expression on,
possesses an,
addresses on,
marry helen,
therapy on,
whereas an,
whereas on,
whereby an,
america on,
preparing an,
accepted an,
accepted on,
access button,
arrested on,
attention on,
betty hutton,
collected on,
collection on,
compel assent,
concessions on,
consensus on,
convention on,
defended on,
depended on,
descended on,
detected on,
developed an,
developed on,
develops an,
directed on,
direction on,
elected on,
election on,
enemy on,
erected on,
excess cement,
expected on,
expended on,
expenses on

5 syllables:
primarily an,
primarily on,
sierra region,
dilemma often

6 syllables:
necessarily an

Some other possibilities:

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