Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with brumaire:

2 syllables:
room air,
cool air,
knew where,
new pair,
queue where,
voulu faire,
you bear,
you care,
you dare,
you share,
you wear,
you where,
bloom where,
gloom where,
room where,
booth where,
choose share,
choose where,
chute where,
fruit where,
groove where,
group share,
group where,
loose hairs,
loose where,
new shares,
proof where,
prove where,
root hairs,
school where,
shoes where,
shoot where,
smooth haired,
smooth where,
stool where,
tooth wear,
tooth where,
truth therein,
truth where,
views herein,
views share,
views where,
you met,
groom wears,
rooms share,
rooms where,
tombs where,
drew near,
too near,
booth there,
crew were,
cute hoor,
few were,
jews ear,
knew there,
knew were,
new year,
new year///

3 syllables:
review where,
undue share,
assume where,
bedroom chair,
bedroom where,
resume where,
cartoon where,
commune where,
lagoon where,
saloon where,
abu bekr,
abuse where,
acute care,
acute where,
compute where,
deduce where,
jewish share,
produce heirs,
produce where,
pursued where,
refuge where,
reviewed herein,
reviews where,
sewer where,
assumed where,
bedrooms share,
bedrooms where,
consumed where,
human hair,
humor where,
presumed where,
resumed where,
tumor where,
as you were

4 syllables:
absolute share,
longitude where,
molecule where,
consumer where

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