Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with membrane:

2 syllables:
fresh brain,
smell brain,
wet brain,
kempe chain,
air drain,
air train,
bread grain,
death train,
fresh grain,
steppe murrain,
thresh grain,
where grain,
wrecked train,
hair brained,
hare brained,
spect brain,
belle plain,
belle plaine,
press plane,
sketch plane,
breast pain,
in brain,
rest pain,
young brain,
blood brain,
chick brain,
fresh brine,
his brain,
mid brain,
pick brain,
quick brain,
split brain,
with brain,
end grain,
french drain,
helped train,
neck pain,
spent grain,
air brake,
bread grains,
cell strain,
charred grain,
check brake,
chest drain,
death trains,
neck brace,
net gain,
pair gain

3 syllables:
assess brain,
direct train,
excess grain,
excess strain,
prevent brain,
recent brain,
affect brain,
better brain,
clever brain,
complex brain,
detect brain,
direct brain,
measure brain,
oppressed brain,
reflect brain,
weary brain,
whether brain,
aching brain,
benign brain,
complex chain,
direct chain,
effect chain,
except maine,
perfect chain,
agile brain,
prevent grain,
recent rains,
affect grain,
better train,
carry grain,
collect grain,
complex terrain,
complex train,
derrick crane,
direct trains,
excess stain,
express lane,
express trains,
heavy drain,
heavy grain,
heavy train,
hotel chain,
lesser grain,
motel chain

4 syllables:
cigarette drain,
declared brain,
primary brain

Some other possibilities:

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