Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with elmwood:

2 syllables:
air wood,
air would,
bare wood,
bent wood,
ben wood,
care should,
care would,
cells could,
cells should,
cells would,
checks should,
dead good,
dead wood,
death could,
death should,
death would,
ed wood,
elk wood,
else could,
else should,
else would,
end would,
felt good,
felt would,
french hood,
french would,
friends could,
friends would,
friend would,
get good,
get wood,
hair stood,
head should,
head would,
health would,
hell would,
help would,
legs would,
lens hood,
less good,
less would,
men could,
men should,
men stood,
men would,
press would,
rest would,
said good,
said would,
scarce good,
sense would,
smelled good,
smells good,
steps should,
steps would,
step should,
step would,
strength would,
tests should,
tests would,
test should,
test would,
text should,
text would,
their good,
them could,
them good,
them should,
them stood,
them would,
then could,
then should,
then stood,
then would,
there could,
there should,
there stood,
there would,
west could,
west would,
when good,
when should,
when would,
where could,
where good,
where should,
where would,
yet could,
yet would

3 syllables:
affairs would,
again would,
attempt should,
attempt would,
defense would,
effects could,
effects should,
effects would,
effect could,
effect should,
effect would,
events could,
events should,
events would,
event could,
event would,
herself would,
himself could,
himself should,
himself would,
itself could,
itself should,
itself would,
percent would,
subject could,
subject should,
subject would,
success would,
themselves could,
themselves should,
themselves would

4 syllables:
personnel should

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