Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with acclaim:

2 syllables:
black game,
takes aim,
black flame,
shall claim,
that claim,
tag name,
at same,
bad name,
class name,
grab game,
shall shame,
that came,
that game,
that name,
that same,
what came,
what name,
black frame,
clan name,
lac lake,
match flame,
shall blame,
stack frame,
that aim,
track names,
yak lace,
class claims,
grand claim,
had claimed,
staff claimed,
that claims,
black crime,
slack time,
takt time,
back pain,
act age,
and came,
at lake,
back date,
back page,
black crape,
black face,
black mail,
black male,
black race,
black sage,
black shade,
black shale,
black shape,
black whale,
blacks have,
brand name,
brass frame,
class frame,
class named,
class names,
crack shape,
fact have,
glass frame,
grand dames,
grande dames,
had laid,
had named,
jack said,
last came,
mass. james,
match frame,
match games,
match names,
pack date,
plans aimed

3 syllables:
bizarre claim,
attach blame,
attacks aimed,
exact same,
abstract claim,
attack aimed,
facie claim,
japan claimed,
japan claims,
latter claim,
value claim,
contact time,
enough blame,
exact time,
attach names,
attack phase,
attack rate,
badger game,
combat games,
rabbi chaim

4 syllables:
battery claim,
really claim,
diplomat named

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