Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with vermis:

2 syllables:
term is,
earn his,
learn his,
learn is,
turn his,
turn is,
bird is,
birth is,
church is,
cure is,
curve is,
earth is,
girl is,
heard his,
her this,
hers is,
hurt his,
nerve is,
nurse is,
search is,
serve his,
third is,
turk is,
verb is,
verse is,
word is,
work his,
work is,
worth his,
worth is,
firms is,
flour is,
her his,
her is,
terms is,
wore his,
earned his,
learn this,
learned his,
turn its,
turn this,
turned his,
turns his,
birds is,
curb bits,
curves is,
firm in,
first his,
first is,
fleur de lis,
flour mill,
girls is,
heard this,
her fist,
her lips,
her since,
her six,
her wrist,
jerked his

3 syllables:
confirm his,
return his,
return is,
assert his,
expert is,
observe his,
offer this,
offered his,
offered is,
offers his,
preserve his,
research is,
reverse is,
transferred his,
confirm this,
confirmed his,
offer his,
offer is,
concerned is,
journey is,
learner is,
return this,
returned his,
urine is,
assert its,
clearly is,
confirm it,
courage is,
cursor is,
fired his,
further his,
layers is,
lowered his,
mercy is,
murder is

4 syllables:
offering his,
offering is,
acquired his,
award is,
declared his

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