Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with muharram:

2 syllables:
laugh at,
amd am2901,
amd am2903,
amd am2910,
fan palm,
flash ram,
rasp palm,
tag ram,
thatch palm,
am dram,
baa lamb,
chaque homme,
that tom,
a2 and,
laugh and,
shah and,
tab hang,
ack ack,
alle alle,
anne had,
at at,
back ache,
back at,
bad at,
bad hat,
bath at,
black ash,
black cab,
black cap,
black cat,
black hat,
brass hat,
cash at,
catch at,
class at,
class had,
crack at,
dad had,
fag hag,
flat hat,
glass at,
grab at,
grab bag,
had at,
had had,
hang hat,
jack had,
laugh that,
mad at,
mass at,
pass at,
path that,
plan at,
plan had,
rat tat,
sap ag,
sat at,
shall add,
shall at,
slack cap,
snap at,
snatch at,
staff at,
staff had,
than at,
than had,
that add,
that at,
that had,
that hath,
what at,
what had,
what hath,
at camp,
black damp,
class stamp,
fat camp,
flash lamp,
gudang garam,
jack lamp,
know whom,
shall laugh,
that damn,
wax palm

3 syllables:
macaw palm,
attack ad,
attack at,
attack had,
japan at,
japan had,
ahad haam,
paschal lamb

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