Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with insects:

2 syllables:
in sex,
it sets,
print texts,
since tests,
which sets,
with sex,
firing tests,
his ex,
thing rests,
this sets,
iq tests,
it melts,
it rests,
pitch tents,
pitched tents,
prick tests,
quick tests,
ridge vents,
schick tests,
shear tests,
skill tests,
smear tests,
stick nests,
still rests,
strict tests,
strip tests,
thick belts,
which rests,
which tests,
ten cents,
bring sense,
bridge decks,
fierce sense,
gill nets,
his debts,
in less,
it gets,
it lets,
its sense,
queer sense,
quick checks,
quick sense,
shear sense,
sheer sense,
skill checks,
stiff necks,
still sense,
there rests,
thick necks,
this helps,
which gets,
which sense,
with threats,
in six,
saiva sects,
since its,
things helps,
drink healths,
fixed texts,
fritz hesse,
his sense,
in text,
is hence,
its debts,
mixed texts,
print checks,
signed checks,
since sept.,
skills helps,
think helps

3 syllables:
insect is,
warring sects,
benign sense,
jewish sects,
dinner sets,
hindu sects,
insect takes,
shinto sects,
commit thefts,
until tests,
benign cysts,
resin ducts,
aching sense,
unerring sense,
binet tests,
intent is,
minute tests,
insect whose,
jarring sects,
leading sects,
ginseng roots,
in a sense,
infect dis,
inner sense,
their sex

4 syllables:
religious sects,
ascetic sects,
hasidic sects,
indirect assay

5 syllables:
offentlichen rechts

Some other possibilities:

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See insects used in context: 9 rhymes, several books and articles.

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