Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with fivesome:

2 syllables:
give some,
like some,
quite some,
time some,
while some,
write some,
buy some,
gives some,
might come,
right thumb,
side drum,
strike dumb,
time come,
white gum,
white yam,
wine gum,
gave some,
have some,
save some,
drive comes,
find some,
give such,
give suck,
high dam,
tai dam,
gives him,
drive them,
eighth psalm,
gain some,
give them,
gives an,
have come,
made some,
make some,
makes some,
maybe some,
name some,
played some,
raise some,
said sam,
said some,
said sum,
take some,
thrives on,
bright sun,
drive young,
five men,
give tongue,
gives as,
gives up,
gives us,
lights on,
lived on,
pikes on,
rights on,
sights on,
sites on,
strikes on,
stripes on,
thrived on,
writes on,
bride comes,
brine pump,
crime comes,
dried plum,
drive raleigh,
drive was

3 syllables:
acquire some,
describe some,
provide some,
recite psalm,
unlike some,
describes some,
provides some,
tidy sum,
briefly summed,
always some,
contain some,
create some,
deprive them,
deprived him,
explain some,
forgive them,
obtain some,
survived him,
alive when,
arrived on,
favourite son,
arrived as,
cider gum,
decline comes,
delight comes,
derived as,
design comes,
desire comes,
divine comes,
empire comes

4 syllables:
acquired some,
entire psalm,
appetite comes

Some other possibilities:

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