Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with experiments:

3 syllables:
where agents,
press agents,
share results,
threat agents,
where adults,
where results,
press comments,
serum assay,
check results,
death results,
french agents,
health agents,
pressure results,
spread results,
share amounts,
air defence,
share office,
spare office

4 syllables:
express agents,
unfair results,
heresy hunts,
sediment is,
sierra buttes,
tenement house,
their agents,
their comments,
unfair judgments,
areca nuts,
access results,
assess results,
buridans ass,
direct agents,
elegant house,
excess results,
express results,
fellow agents,
progress results,
relevant house,
select agents,
seller agents,
sterile unless,
success results,
successful hunts,
their results,
therapist is,
whether agents,
clarendon heights,
address comments,
charity events,
cheriton house,
direct comments,
excess cement,
express judgments,
header comments,
kerogen types,
marilyn bates,
marilyn gates,
merely agents,
recent comments,
request comments,
sediment types,
sentiment is,
settlement house,
settlement is,
sparing agents,
specimen is,
specimen sheets,
specimen types,
terrible nights,
testament is,
wearisome nights

5 syllables:
experiment is,
american notes,
primary agents,
experiment takes,
experiment twice,
american horse,
american peace,
american verse,
american voice,
americans is,
experiment as,
experiment has,
experiment whose,
american house,
american is,
american nurse,
american rights,
american roots,
american taste,
american types,
american whites,
experiment are,
experiment at,
experiment in,
experiment of,
experiment on,
experiment ought

6 syllables:
necessary agents,
necessary comments

Some other possibilities:

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