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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with mailroom:

2 syllables:
have room,
main room,
make room,
safe room,
same room,
state room,
weight room,
day room,
spray plume,
eight rooms,
grade rooms,
plain rooms,
state rooms,
tail root,
weight rooms,
sales rooms,
babe ruth,
bayes rule,
brace root,
chain rule,
eight looms,
mail chute,
may prove,
pale hued,
phase rule,
play group,
prague group,
same roof,
same root,
same rule,
shape loomed,
shaped tombs,
slate roof,
straight truth,
tail boot,
take root,
trade boomed,
vague group,
whale tooth,
ball room,
chill room,
grill room,
pool room,
small room,
style rooms,
tail rhyme,
whole room,
aisle roofs,
change rooms,
chay root,
day rule,
games rooms,
sales boomed,
scale group,
scale troop,
shale group,
shaped rooms,
stay loose,
strange rooms,
trail crews,
have shewn,
late june,
maine coon


3 syllables:
engage rooms,
create truth,
delay group,
estate booms,
female pupae,
malay group,
survey crews,
survey group,
female realm,
female rhyme,
babys room,
contained rooms,
engaged rooms,
female fruit,
female group,
labor rooms,
retail group,
trading room,
prayer rooms,
stately rooms


4 syllables:
japanese rooms,
galilei group,
hurricane roof,
torpedo boom


5 syllables:
combination room


Some other possibilities:

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