Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with palmitin:

3 syllables:
call button,
small button,
ball gudgeon,
called helen,
pause button,
small russian,
though britain,
wrong button,
claude haton,
or sudden,
broad russian,
courses on,
cross damon,
forces on,
george allan,
horses on,
sought russian,
sources on,
strong russian,
taught russian,
all written,
format in,
shall detain,
shall retain,
small mission,
horn button,
called russian,
false lumen,
for britain,
for russian,
formal lunch,
forum on,
fourth button,
george aston,
george paton,
george sutton,
half marathon,
launch button,
normal man,
paul bunyan,
small command,
small muscle,
source button,
though bacon,
though russian,
thought britain,
thought helen,
graham hutton,
called britain,
forest on,
forms button,
forms retain,
small buttons,
though helen,
called hidden,
halted in,
small wooden,
all began

4 syllables:
default button,
restore button,
afforded an,
recorded on,
reported an,
reported on,
supported on,
among russian,
because russian,
before bacon,
lauren hutton,
among britain,
because britain,
because helen,
before britain,
before helen,
drawing button,
export button,
longer detain,
longer retain,
performance on,
recall command,
record button,
report button,
restore britain,
smaller lumen,
wallace hughan,
cut of mutton,
defaults button,
formal latin,
format often,
leg of mutton,
normally eaten,
paula allen,
paula heimann,
paula hyman,
trauma often,
walter aston,
walter huston,
walter macken,
walter sutton

5 syllables:
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