Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with specimens:

3 syllables:
fresh summons,
messiah comes,
bread ovens,
vessel has,
devil loves,
metal hulls,
lesson comes,
began as,
heaven as,
heaven has,
vessel comes,
blest abodes,
check command,
credit as,
era was,
genera tions,
level as,
level has,
merit as,
set up as,
lesson on,
lesson was,
question as,
question has,
fresh cement,
press buttons,
press command,
press comment,
presses on,
seldom has,
sets up as,
stresses on,
tea was,
tested as,
vessel on,
vessel was,
vessels as,
welcome as,
wet cement,
stephen innes,
brick ovens

4 syllables:
specimen whose,
excess acids,
excess cement,
dilemma comes,
pressor amines,
specimen shows,
specimen was,
access tunnels,
depression as,
expression as,
expression has,
profession as,
profession has,
complex acids,
develop as,
enema shows,
expecta tions,
express assent,
medicine as,
medicine has,
medicine whose,
messages whose,
metal ions,
serum assays,
terrell owens,
varia tions,
specimen is,
suggestion as,
suggestion has,
access command,
decimal hours,
enemy as,
enemy has,
expenses as,
express buses,
express command,
expresses an,
lessor retains,
possesses an,
regiment whose,
sessile lesions,
specimen height,
specimen in,
specimen known,
specimen of,
successful as,
suggested as,
vessel lesions,
access appears,
aggression comes

5 syllables:
primary amines,
american as,
american whose,
ceremony whose,
experiment as,
experiment has,
experiment whose,
professor jevons

6 syllables:
biogenic amines

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