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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with eardrum:

2 syllables:
kick drum,
snare drum,
did come,
did some,
hear some,
here come,
here some,
in rem,
lib dem,
mit dem,
nicht darum,
there come,
there some,
were come,
were some,
wing dam,
here am,
list some,
lists some,
drill stem,
fifth psalm,
ninth psalm,
things come,
think some,
beard tongue,
it come,
it some,
pierre caron,
reared young,
tim tam,
beard was,
being some,
bis zum,
bring some,
chewing gum,
dim sum,
him come,
him some,
his thumb,
if some,
in drug,
in mem,
in some,
in sum,
is come,
since some,
still come,
still some,
this drug,
till some,
which come,
which some,
which sum,
will come,
will some,
with drug,
with sam,
with some,
years comes,
air dam,
mire drum,
mud drum,
queer dream,
snare drums,
war drum,
weird dream,
lit hum,
reared on,
there drunk,
were done,
were drunk,
beer pump,
cheered up,
cleared up,
fil am,
gear pump,
geared up,
here comes,
is some,
queer duck,
reared rhesus,
reared up


3 syllables:
appeared young,
spirit gum,
adding some,
until crumbs,
until some,
appear drunk,
appeared drunk,
appeared on,
appeared as,
career comes,
children whom,
ivy arum,
kiddie cam,
playing drums,
river red gum


4 syllables:
considered comme,
consider some


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