Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with y chromosome:

2 syllables:
lump sum

3 syllables:
venous hum,
chapel a.m.e.,
genus arum,
genus geum,
beautiful psalm,
famous as,
jesus summed,
retain some,
genus sus,
jesus on,
then uses,
bubble gum,
buddha comes,
chief asset,
comet assay,
comma added,
douglas slocombe,
flooded gum,
has uses,
jesus as,
jesus has,
nasal comb,
russia comes,
sludge acid,
summon up,
famous men,
famous young,
genus carum,
genus gnetum,
pearson custom,
venus comes,
buttress dam,
comet comes,
dutch custom,
famous chief,
famous dutch,
famous judge,
j. am. med. assoc,
j am med assoc,
jesus comes,
leg muscle,
love muscle,
rural custom,
terra rossa,
thumb muscles,
tongue muscle,
bethel a.m.e.,
hung up on,
trouble him,
britain on,
brush up on,
brushes up,
button on,
chapel on,
couple on,
dehra dun,
double hung,
dutch oven,
gas oven,
hushes up,
let up on,
retain an,
run amuck,
struggle on,
then added,
trouble on,
when added,
young office

4 syllables:
genus sium,
extra muscle,
optom assoc,
acetous acid,
added asset,
asset asset,
extra buses,
become muslim,
famous summer,
genus rheum,
genus sedum,
added muscle,
kamal adham,
summum malum,
uncle isham,
extra button,
famous poems,
famous system,
famous theorem,
meum et tuum,
of a sudden,
on a sudden,
urban office

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