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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with defense team:

2 syllables:
fresh steam,
wet steam,
where steam,
dense stream,
spent steam,
french seam,
since steam,
them seem,
air stream,
breath steamed,
breath stream,
fresh steamed,
fresh stream,
jet stream,
pressure steam,
welsh steam,
blessed realm,
hence seems,
press teemed,
quest theme,
sense seemed,
sense seems,
dared dream,
death dream,
egg cream,
felled seam,
fresh cream,
share scheme,
shared dream,
shared theme,
spread cream,
wet dream,
full steam,
thick steam,
with steam,
genes seems,
clenched teeth,
death scream,
deck beam,
french scheme,
french seemed,
fresh scheme,
friend seemed,
friend seems,
genre seems,
health teams,
hence leave,
hence speed,
hence these,
pence piece,
scent seemed,
sense these,
trend seemed,
trend seems,
twelve teams,
whence these,
where steel,
where steve


3 syllables:
excess steam,
prevent steam,
complex realm,
complex theme,
direct steam,
except steam,
heavy steam,
perfect steam,
whether steam,
agent teams,
content stream,
expense seems,
offence seems,
offense seems,
solemn theme,
tennis teams,
access scheme,
perfect ream,
subject theme,
admit steam,
admits steam,
until steam,
assets deemed,
recent dream,
address scheme,
address themes,
agent seemed,
agent seems,
any scheme,
commence these,
complex scheme,
complex themes,
content seemed,
content seems,
content themes,
expense sheet,
expense these,
percent cream,
percent seems,
recent scheme


4 syllables:
dividend stream


5 syllables:
necessary steam



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