Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with broadband:

2 syllables:
small band,
broad and,
broad bands,
fraud and,
thoughts and,
warp and,
aunt and,
balls and,
board and,
bored and,
born and,
calf and,
called and,
calls and,
chores and,
claude laughed,
clause barred,
coarse and,
coarse sand,
cord and,
cork and,
corn and,
corps and,
course and,
court and,
court hand,
crossed and,
doors and,
falls and,
false and,
for land,
force and,
force hand,
ford and,
fork and,
form and,
fort and,
forth and,
fourth and,
frost and,
gaunt and,
george and,
halls and,
halt and,
hawks and,
horn and,
horse and,
launch and,
lawns and,
lord and,
more land,
mores and,
moss land,
norm and,
north and,
or land,
or sand,
ores and,
paused and,
porch and,
pores and,
pork and,
port and,
salt and,
scores and,
scorn and,
shores and,
short and,
short hand,
soft and,
songs and,
sons and,
sort and,
source and,
sport and,
stalks and,
stalls and,
stored and,
stores and,
storm and,
sword and,
talked and,
talks and,
torn and,
walked and

3 syllables:
absorb and,
aboard and,
accord and,
divorce and,
export and,
perform and,
prolonged and,
record and,
reform and,
remorse and,
report and,
resort and,
support and,
transport and

Some other possibilities:

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