Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with egg cream:

2 syllables:
blessed realm,
dared dream,
death dream,
shared dream,
wet dream,
death scream,
deck beam,
fresh scheme,
felled seam,
french seam,
fresh steam,
quest theme,
share scheme,
shared theme,
wet steam,
where steam,
air stream,
breath stream,
care team,
chair creak,
death dreams,
dense stream,
flesh creep,
fresh creek,
fresh stream,
jet stream,
share dreams,
shared dreams,
shell creek,
them seem,
wet dreams,
where dreams,
death theme,
fresh schemes,
shell screamed,
bette greene,
cress green,
fresh green,
his dream,
monks seam,
queer dream,
still dream,
this dream,
this stream,
weird dream,
where green,
young dream,
youthful dream,
breathe clean,
chess queen,
clare eames,
dead marine,
fresh clean,
fresh grease,
fresh grief,
hair grease

3 syllables:
complex realm,
perfect ream,
project team,
complex theme,
subject theme,
access scheme,
defense team,
solemn theme,
abdul karim,
access screen,
perfect dream,
excess steam,
fairy dream,
never dream,
pretty dream,
recent dream,
scary dream,
special realm,
swedish realm,
their dream,
complex seems,
fairy realm,
narrow realm,
project teams,
select teams,
bury him,
carry him,
complex scheme,
complex themes,
defect seems,
direct reach,
direct steam,
effect seemed,
effect seems,
effects seemed,
effects seems,
empress queen,
erect trees,
excess grease,
express grief,
marry him

4 syllables:
cosmetic creams,
domestic realm,
unfulfilled dream

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