Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with theremin:

3 syllables:
serum in,
merit in,
era in,
began in,
heaven in,
lesson in,
session in,
seven in,
credit in,
debut in,
devil in,
edges in,
epoch in,
headed in,
level in,
medal in,
meddle in,
metal in,
revel in,
settle in,
sketches in,
special in,
stresses in,
venice in,
vessel in,
zealous in,
brethren in,
chairman in,
arena in,
careful in,
fairness in,
fresh resin,
merril lynch,
merrill lynch,
seldom in,
serum is,
welcome in,
spectrum in,
tea in,
bearing in,
sharing in,
swearing in,
era when,
marriage in,
perish in,
pierre ruffin,
rhythm in,
schism in,
spirit in,
where helen,
where russian,
bear hugging,
chair using,
check coming

4 syllables:
aggression in,
confession in,
depression in,
expression in,
oppression in,
possession in,
profession in,
progression in,
recession in,
regression in,
succession in,
develop in,
dilemmas in,
expresses in,
loretta lynn,
possesses in,
successes in,
addresses in,
awareness in,
burial in,
charity in,
clarity in,
dilemma in,
enemy in,
excess resin,
heresy in,
serious in,
therapy in,
vienna in,
whereas in,
maria in,
affection in,
attention in,
collection in,
conception in,
concessions in,
congestion in,
connection in

5 syllables:
primarily in,
malaria in,
algorithm in,
communism in,
pluralism in,
acquiescence in

6 syllables:
chemotherapy in,
necessarily in

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