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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ephraim:

2 syllables:
chair frame,
press frame,
spare frame,
chess game,
death came,
fair game,
head game,
shell game,
them came,
stiff frame,
pressure aimed,
self same,
chair frames,
shared frame,
tenth frame,
check crime,
head rhyme,
check names,
check rail,
check raise,
chess games,
death claim,
death james,
death rate,
death rays,
edge rail,
end came,
end game,
fresh claim,
fresh names,
herein named,
lend name,
lent name,
press named,
share blame,
share names,
shell games,
spec rate,
steps aimed,
therein named,
whence came,
where james,
where names,
wretch named,
brick frame,
chief aim,
click frame,
floor frame,
full frame,
gill frame,
his frame,
key frame,
lithe frame,
pit frame,
saw frame,
split frame,
still frame,
sub frame,
swing frame,
thick frame


3 syllables:
janet frame,
better frame,
complex frame,
content frame,
header frame,
heavy frame,
leather frame,
narrow frame,
object frame,
perfect frame,
request frame,
select frame,
stretcher frame,
their aim,
weary frame,
yellow frame,
any name,
assess blame,
brunette named,
effect aimed,
ever came,
expressed shame,
hotel named,
letter came,
never came,
object aimed,
pepper game,
perfect game,
project aimed,
refresh rate,
success rate,
their fame,
their game,
their name,
clear frame,
extra frames,
relay frame


4 syllables:
primary aim,
primary frame


5 syllables:
necessary frame


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