Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with oblivion:

2 syllables:
be even,
break even,
by even,
by van,
by von,
die von,
he even,
leave an,
leave on,
me even,
see van,
she even,
they even,
we even

3 syllables:
be easy on,
easy on,
freely on,
media on,
ready on,
rely on,
theory on,
treaty on,
visi on,
been eaten,
been even,
by brian,
by reason,
by region,
chi chi man,
dry season,
freely eaten,
mini van,
my reason,
ready when,
renege on,
see reason,
seen even,
species on,
theories on,
theory can,
very reason,
leave milan,
leaves eaten,
see even,
easy in,
freely in,
ready in,
theory in,
treaty in,
easy as,
freely as,
media as,
media l.,
ready as,
theory as,
theory has,
treaty as,
achieve an,
an even,
are even,
as even,
believe on,
heavy on,
levy on,
of even,
on even,
receive an,
us even,
been beaten,
bleak region,
brief season,
by sea,
by steven,
cheek region

4 syllables:
already an,
already on,
already done,
already eaten,
already won,
completely on,
easier on,
entry region,
go easy on,
media in,
previous one,
previous scene,
already in,
already has,
a greegree man,
already slain,
been easy on,
being easy on,
college season,
complete lesion,
completely eaten,
concrete reason

5 syllables:
already hidden,
already often,
armenia and,
bohemia and

Some other possibilities:

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See oblivion used in context: 21 rhymes, 15 Shakespeare works several books and articles.

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