Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with buzzword:

2 syllables:
get word,
blood stirred,
was stirred,
bug word,
just heard,
some word,
tongue swirled,
truck swerved,
when word,
but words,
comes third,
cuss words,
douglas hurd,
douglas world,
parents heard,
twice heard,
front third,
must've heard,
skunk bird,
its third,
loves words,
mums the word,
blunt words,
bucks worth,
cuffs turned,
honeyed words,
hushed words,
love bird,
loved words,
plum bird,
puff bird,
quetzal bird,
rural third,
some third,
tongue furred,
trucks turned,
young bird,
young third,
his word,
its words,
its world,
this word,
blood surged,
has heard,
was heard,
but work,
chief heard,
chief words,
chief world,
douglas turned,
dutch words,
dutch world,
get work,
get worse,
has served,
judge heard,
just turned,
mayan world

3 syllables:
alice heard,
office heard,
office world,
unless words,
become blurred,
orange bird,
becomes world,
adult words,
adult world,
beloved world,
double word,
famous third,
glutton bird,
mother stirred,
mutton bird,
product world,
unjust world,
added words,
ended world,
has a word,
utters words,
adults learned,
advice worth,
agents learned,
agents turned,
alice turned,
asset worth,
become words,
become world,
commerce world,
cutting words,
famous words,
famous world,
greatly stirred,
jesus heard,
lately heard,
office learned,
office turned

4 syllables:
agency world

5 syllables:
untersuchung wurde

Some other possibilities:

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