Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with blossom out:

3 syllables:
terrace about,
cause about,
block about,
bob about,
both about,
clara about,
clock about,
data about,
dodge about,
drama about,
far about,
flock about,
from about,
got about,
knock about,
lodge about,
lot about,
mamma about,
model ought,
not about,
novel ought,
police ought,
scott about,
shock about,
slop about,
square about,
stock about,
watch about,
arse about,
blocks about,
bossed about,
cost about,
crops about,
drama ought,
drops about,
farce about,
flocks about,
france about,
hostess about,
knots about,
locks about,
lost about,
most about,
not amount,
plots about,
problem ought,
rocks about,
shops about,
shots about,
spots about,
stock amount,
stocks about,
stops about,
tossed about,
losses mount,
sparse amount,
chosen at,
chosen not,
brass about,
browse about,
class about,
classes ought,
cossack hat,
cross about,
glass about,
grass about,
grouse about,
house about,
houses ought,
losses at,
mouse about,
process ought,
spouse about,
bombs about,
caused about,
commons ought,
london ought,
often bought,
province ought,
scars about,
squares about

4 syllables:
embrace about,
awake about,
canada about,
nonstop about,
o'clock about,
passage about,
prepare about,
schemata about,
bizarre about,
canada ought,
pivots about,
response about,
compass about,
colony ought,
females about

5 syllables:
metadata about,
economy ought,
philosopher ought,
philosophy ought

Some other possibilities:

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