Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dictums:

2 syllables:
wicked tongues,
being comes,
bridge comes,
chill comes,
cousin comes,
drink comes,
here comes,
it comes,
paris comes,
skill comes,
smith comes,
sphere comes,
spring comes,
still comes,
string comes,
there comes,
thing comes,
think comes,
this comes,
thrill comes,
which comes,
built as,
christ as,
christ comes,
christ has,
dick was,
guilt comes,
list as,
list has,
print comes,
script comes,
shift comes,
swift as,
big ones,
bit as,
dear ones,
fit as,
fixed as,
his guns,
his lungs,
it as,
it has,
it runs,
quick as,
sit as,
stiff lungs,
thick as,
which ones,
which runs,
winged doves,
with guns,
ear buds,
fin whales,
in wales,
pill bugs,
big guns,
quick tears,
thick limbs,
billed as,
his cousins,
killed as,
six guns,
beer was,
being was,
bill was,
bills as,
bridge clubs,
bridge was

3 syllables:
conflict as,
conflict comes,
conflict has,
career comes,
classic tongues,
sticky tongues,
exist as,
system as,
system has,
system whose,
until crumbs,
aching lungs,
conflict was,
appeared as,
fiction as,
fiction whose,
fiery tongues,
friction noise,
kingdom as,
kingdom has,
kingdom whose,
lying tongues,
playing tunes,
their tongues,
wisdom as,
wisdom has,
wisdom whose,
appears as,
benign tumour,
berlin was

4 syllables:
natalis comes,
depicted as

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