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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cold cream:

2 syllables:
could dream,
could scream,
should dream,
whole dream,
would dream,
would scream,
could steam,
whole stream,
could creep,
should creep,
should seem,
should seeme,
to scream,
whole scheme,
whose dream,
would creep,
would seem,
to dream,
whole realm,
would cry,
closed steam,
smoke stream,
could clean,
could greet,
old greek,
should clean,
should greet,
should grieve,
whole screen,
would clean,
would greet,
would grieve,
coles creek,
could breed,
could freeze,
could preach,
could treat,
growth scheme,
known scheme,
old trees,
should breed,
should cleave,
should freeze,
should preach,
should reread,
should treat,
should trees,
would breed,
would freeze,
would preach,
would treat,
should screen,
coal seam,
could keep,
could reach,
could read,
could try,
could very,
could worry,
could wreak,
goal crease,
old tree,
rolled beams,
rolled three,
shoal creek,
should keep,
should reach,
should read,
should try,
should worry,
those dreams,
whole creed,
whole theme,
whose dreams,
would free,
would keep,
would reach,
would read,
would try,
would very,
would worry,
would wreak,
loans scheme,
cloth screen,
home screen


3 syllables:
remote dream,
above stream,
proposed scheme,
unknown stream,
console screen,
untold grief,
above scheme,
older scheme,
solar stream,
poetic realm,
roland graeme,
boulder creek,
golden dream,
unknown realm,
deposed queen


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